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don27dog

2nd Build in a Month after a 20 year drought.

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My 2nd build in a month. This one was done on a tight budget. I bought the frame from a guy on The BMX Museum and begged and borrowed for parts to throw it together.

 

1988 GT Performer Frame, Unknown GT forks (stamped GT 4130) on bottom of both legs, One gold Super Maxy Crank Arm, One unknown Crank Arm, TufNeck Chainwheel and Seat Post Clamp, (Thanks Ron), Skyway Tuff II's, Skyway Axel Pegs, Schwinn Yo Tires, Dia-Compe MX 1000's, GT Seat Post, Mongoose Seat, ACS Stem, Unknown Bars, Redline Pedals. I didn't like the 88' Stickers so I thew some 85's on there. I will probably change some parts in time but for now I am happy with how it turned out for what I spent.

 

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Nice, is that going to be a rider?

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Nice, is that going to be a rider?

Yep... I am physched.. those Kool Stop thin pads are dialed.. The brakes are awesome on this thing.. Can't recommend those pads enough..

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Pretty sweet for a budget bike. I feel obligated to mention that a miniseat with a laidback post is heinously incongruous. Could easily be fixed with a straight post or a regular sized seat.

 

Totally has that Fiola retro feel to it. I'm a HUGE fan of white on black wheelsets. Word.

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