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  1. I have no idea? Any thought? It also has kyosho racing team stickers on it. I know nothing about that ether.
  2. They do have the residue in the exact shape of GT sticker. But who knows?
  3. Its hard to believe these could be a knock off. They are very high quality and actually look better then the past GT bars I have had?
  4. Thanks. Looks like there is not much knowledge on the year of gt bars. I searched all over the place.
  5. What year are your older ones What is the width of your set?
  6. That is the problem I am having I think the newer models have no space between the knurling? Do yours have a stamp anywhere on them?
  7. Looks great! Cant wait to see it with decals, once you spring the 50 bucks of course.
  8. I have a set of GT bars. I would like to know what year they are? There is no GT stamp on them, they are 28 1/2 wide and have MX-275 on the left side grip area. Any help would be nice. Thanks
  9. You could be right about that. Who ever did them had a patent pending. I remember doing that too, with sand and screen to sift the sand. Made a belt buckle. Funny! you brought back a memory.
  10. I think the most important part of that whole batch of parts are the rear dropouts with the serial numbers on them. Those are where the new bikes will come from. Cant make fakes with other serial numbers but with the ones there. They are the numbers we all need to know. We will then know nothing within those were made by JMC or after the number runs are anything real. There is nothing sacred any more, its all about the money in this day and age. In some ways the internet has brought people of the same interests together. In other ways its like throw up, Just to much information, giving people the knowledge and know how to do anything including old school bmx bikes. What happened to the tricks of the trade that were handed down through generations? In some ways I wish all this JMC stuff went to the scrap yard to keep its sacredness.