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    The gift of giving

    My dad got me really interested in bikes and I've never been able to really repay that awesomeness until now. I have a 2001 XCR3000 and my dad loves it. Well I was on craigslist the other day and came across a 2003 i-Drive 3.0 for $295. I took him along to look at it with me and let him test ride it. When I payed the guy, my dad told me I have another sweet bike. I looked at him, told him merry Christmas and handed him the bike. Now he has no reason not to go out on the trails with me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LilJr
    My dad got me really interested in bikes and I've never been able to really repay that awesomeness until now. I have a 2001 XCR3000 and my dad loves it. Well I was on craigslist the other day and came across a 2003 i-Drive 3.0 for $295. I took him along to look at it with me and let him test ride it. When I payed the guy, my dad told me I have another sweet bike. I looked at him, told him merry Christmas and handed him the bike. Now he has no reason not to go out on the trails with me.

    Dude that is awesome!!!!

    Nothin better than shredin trails with your old man!

    great job!
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    Thanks! I am excited to get him out on the trails with me!

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    [QUOTE=The torture never stops]Here are 2 of my GT's:

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    Beautiful Zaskar..... makes my rider look abused!

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    Just picked up my new ride, Zaskar Carbon Pro. I have some new xtr pedals (in the post) to bolt on to complete it. So far so good, rides considerably better than my old GT Ricochet, and is incredibly light! The advancement 10 years has made in componentry is simply amazing. The Ricochets LX shifting was sloppy and not very reassuring, whereas the new XT/XTR series is stunning. Firm precise clicks immediately followed by quick agile gear changes. Very impressive
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    For above post...

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    Hi guys. I'm new to the site and I'd like a little help with my 2007 Avalanche that I'm in the process of pimping out.

    First things first... I sold my last Avalanche a couple of years ago to make way for a Giant composite MTB but I wished I had of kept it as a second bike. I've been looking around for another Avalanche and bagged a hardly used 2007 Avalanche 1.0 from ebay last week. I've already swapped the Suntour forks for Superstar Carbon rigids and I have some carbon WCS Rizer bars on the way. The rest will be staying standard for the meantime but I don't like the black/grey/gold color scheme and I intend to strip and machine polish the frame to a BLINGtastic standard. I will wait until the winter is over before I remove the paint...

    Here are my questions...

    1 - What is the best way to protect the raw alloy frame from the elements as it does rain pretty often here in the UK? I know anodising would work but that's expensive and laquer wouldn't adhere particularly well due to the alloy not being keyed so I'm wondering how to stop corrosion with waxes or other products that can seal it.

    2 - The head tube badge will need to be removed so what's the best method of removing the badge, then refitting it once the frame is polished?

    3 - I'd like to know where to find some GT decals for my downtube etc?

    I think that's about it for now. Great bikes BTW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trailblazin'
    Here are my questions...

    1 - What is the best way to protect the raw alloy frame from the elements as it does rain pretty often here in the UK? I know anodising would work but that's expensive and laquer wouldn't adhere particularly well due to the alloy not being keyed so I'm wondering how to stop corrosion with waxes or other products that can seal it.

    2 - The head tube badge will need to be removed so what's the best method of removing the badge, then refitting it once the frame is polished?

    3 - I'd like to know where to find some GT decals for my downtube etc?

    I think that's about it for now. Great bikes BTW.


    Hey,

    The very best thing you can do with a raw alloy frame is have it ball burnished. Might cost
    about the same as anno but will give perfect polished look year in your out.

    If your not keen on that something like mothers polish does a great job. But you gotta
    buff it real good to get that shine.

    There is another thread of a guy who did just that if you use the search button.

    The head badge is just attached with double sided tape so can just pull it off with your
    hands carefully, remove the rest of the tape from the badge, put new tape on and your
    good to go.

    A few guys on the forum and on ebay had decal kits but i've never seen one for anything
    past '99-'00 so if you want the same as what you have you'l have to get tem made.
    Any good signwriter can take a digital photo of the decal and re-create it in any colour
    you like.

    One other thing, posts like this can go in their own thread. Just saves filling the gallery
    up with chit chat.

    Good luck with the build mate, let us know how it turns out and if you need any more
    info just post it up!!!

    Cheers
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    Peace 9r

    My new-to-me 2007 Peace 9r. I am loving it!
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    New to mountain biking and big wheels.







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    New to mountain biking and big wheels. (Sorry for the double post)








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    My zaskar!
    This should be the most unique colour for zaskar. This is a 98 or 97 model. I bidded this frame from ebay with a low price (Probably this colour doesn't suit zaskar's lover taste and no one bid it).
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    Quote Originally Posted by kapay_ng
    My zaskar!
    This should be the most unique colour for zaskar. This is a 98 or 97 model. I bidded this frame from ebay with a low price (Probably this colour doesn't suit zaskar's lover taste and no one bid it).
    looks great! I like the fork, who makes it?
    “I don't like jail, they got the wrong kind of bars in there”

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    Quote Originally Posted by finger51
    looks great! I like the fork, who makes it?
    It is a trial fork and the brand is "zhi". It should be China- or Taiwan-made.

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    Heres my 08 Force with many extras!
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    He who dies with the most toys first, wins!

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    GT Force 2 - 2008

    Upgrades:
    Mavic Crossmax ST wheels
    Ashima discs
    Shimano XT pedals
    KS post with Crank Brothers remote
    Fizik seat
    Odi bar ends
    Crud Guard




    GT Avalanche - 1992

    Upgrades:
    Rock Shox Mag 21 Forks
    Onza bar ends
    Tioga stem
    Threadless headset
    Shimano PDM525 pedals
    Flyte Ti seat
    McMahon Ti Springs rear brake
    Shimano V-brake front








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    Cell phone photo after my last ride here in Portugal

    My fantastic 2008 GT Force 3.0
    Thank's

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    Good job! Zaskar 2006?

    Finally got around to posting pic's of my latest project. The aim was to build a bike for under £500 for winter riding (fed up with the time it takes to clean my Tracer VP) and general trails use in bad weather conditions.
    Years ago I always wanted a Zaskar (Hans Ray and all that) so I finally got round to buying one with the purpose stated above. I believe that this is not a US made frame, but was worried that an older frame might not be suitable for 100mm+ forks. Any how here are the specs and it came in at £500 (mostly from ebay and old spares I had laying around)

    Frame......................GT Zaskar Team 2006 (I think but could be 2005)
    Forks.......................Rock Shox Pilot XC
    Seat........................WTB Rocket
    Stem.......................Syncos
    Front Mech...............LX
    Front Mech Shifter.....XT
    Front Wheel..............Mavic D521/Hope Bulb
    Brakes.....................Hope M4 front X2 rear
    Tyres.......................Cont. Speed Kings 2.3 (takes some of the sting out of the hard tail)
    Rear Mech ...............XT
    Rear Mech Shifter.....XT
    Rear Cassette..........XT
    Rear Wheel.............Mavic XM321/Nuke Proof
    Crank......................Race Face Evolve XC
    Chain Rings.............Middleburn 22-32-44
    bars........................Race Face Evolve XC
    Pedals....................Kona Jack ****

    Very happy with the bike, just want to get a better forks- any recommendations for 100mm (4 inch) fork that would not break the bank.
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    Gt Arowhead

    My GT Arrowhead as it is now with a few new to me parts.
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    09 GT peace 9r med

    Here is my 09 gt peace 9r with an 08 reba 80mm. Rides awesome. Don't like the exiwolf in the back but soon to put the ardent 2.25 in the back and a ardent 2.4 in the front.


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    I now own three STS's

    Here's the 1998 STS DH Lobo again which has been updated a bit





    Here's my nearly NOS 1999 STS XCR 1000







    Here's my latest acquisition, which I've just finished the build on 1998 STS 1000 DS









    Thermoplastic fantastic

    Here's my 1996 Zaskar, rebuilt this from the frame up with full XT M739 groupset and NOS Rockshock Judy XC's







    Here's a Pantera which I rebuilt with full NOS STX-RC Groupset



    Here's a LTS-DS which I rebuilt including new powder coat.





    Here's a RTS



    Here's a 1998 STS DH



    Finally here's a Bravado NOS Frame


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    here is my 2003 Avalanche. Only minor upgrades

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    2000 GT Backwoods

    2000 GT Backwoods






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    ohhh! where's the facebook 'like' button?
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    2008 power series pro<a href="http://www.MyspaceImageCodes.net"><img src="http://www.MyspaceImageCodes.net/images/2040289086240_1254250780.jpg" alt="Easily Upload Your Images To Myspace"></a>lightly warmed over,and a 2001 avalanche.<a href="http://www.MyspaceImageCodes.net"><img src="http://www.MyspaceImageCodes.net/images/1280lunapic_126604582935742_1.jpg" alt="Easily Upload Your Images To Myspace"></a>Every thing has be replaced at least once except the frame,stem,and bars.Anyone who knows were I can get a NEW carbon zaskar(size small)frame only,I would love to hear about it.

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    Here is my daughters 2009 GT Carbon Fiber

    Well this is a team Jelly Belly bike Ridden the 2009 season by Jeremy Powers. My daughter is his biggest fan. So I bought her his old bike. Enjoy the pictures.
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    My latest addition

    2003 Zaskar Pro
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    Great job Brettels looks great with the SID!
    Needed: 26.8mm XTR seatpost, blue GT/Grundig Jersey.

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    ride report soon.............
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    2000 Avalanche

    Here is my 2000 Avalanche that I bought/costomized when I worked for a local GT dealer. Over time between 2000 and 2001 I upgraded many parts. I put on an XT 180mm crank, A red King head set, XT disk brakes, Azonic ultra cross bars, Shimano 747 pedals, a Ritchy stem, an Azonic rear wheel with a Hayes hub and a few other little trinkets for looks(red).
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    Zaskar Elite 09

    My new Zaskar Elite 2009.

    Changes/upgrades til now.
    Ritchey wcs stem and handlebar.
    Thomson Masterpiece seatpost.
    Selle Italia slr.
    Shimano slx chainset.
    Schwalbe/continental spike tyres.

    Next: New wheels, avid and fork replacement.
    Opinions regarding brake replacement are greately appreciated...
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    My GT Avalanche Expert 2007 with some upgrades.

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    here's my goat
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    Avalanche

    My Avalanche has now been relieved of commuting dutys so i'll probably give it a little tlc. Now with Pikes up front. Anyone know the max fork size for this frame? Running them at 120mm feels good.
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    '04 i-Drive. Upgrades are on the way, still trying to make up my mind about a new fork...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BowWow
    '04 i-Drive. Upgrades are on the way, still trying to make up my mind about a new fork...
    A manitou minute? my bro has a 06 minute and it feels damn nice. WAYYYYYYY better than my SID team.

    Or a R7? i'm not a fan of RS even though a use one myself and i think fox is just overhyped and overpriced...from where i'm from that is, not sure about the pricing from where you're though.

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    Gt?

    what kind of gt is this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hellvin
    A manitou minute? my bro has a 06 minute and it feels damn nice. WAYYYYYYY better than my SID team.

    Or a R7? i'm not a fan of RS even though a use one myself and i think fox is just overhyped and overpriced...from where i'm from that is, not sure about the pricing from where you're though.
    I hadn't considered the Minute - I'll take a look I've been looking mostly at RS and Fox. Fox is seriously overpriced, I've been unhappy with the RS I've tried. thanks for the suggestion!

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    Here is mine

    Well I guess if been lurking on here for some time now, so here are my babies.
    1995 GT Backwoods
    1997 GT Timberline FS
    Now they are my works in progress but ill keep everyone posted.
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    '93 Team Avalanche

    Had a long 16 mile test this weekend. Climbs VERY well, cleaned several spots that I haven't in the past. One hick up however, found out that the big big ring combo was too big for my chain.... stopped pretty quickly! Otherwise a great ride! Also, forgive the modern tires and seat... left the uncomfortable flite and expensive skin walls at home.
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    Fun little project. Originally built for my daughter who has recently outgrown it. Thought I'd see what I could do to upgrade and max it out. 1995 GT Zaskar 14.5" frame for 24" wheels. 150 of these were built and sold as Frame, fork, stem kits in the 95 and 96 catalogs.

    Frame: GT Zaskar 24"
    Fork: Ballistic Aluminum w/leading Edge dropout
    Stem: GT chromoly 60mm threadless
    Handlebar: GT Alloy
    Headset: Tioga Aheadset
    Brakes: Deore LX (because the bike needed some black)
    Brake Levers: Dia Compe MX99 (sweet...Best for small hands)
    Crank: GT CNC 155mm 46/36/24T Shimano rings (because it's the right size)
    Front Der: M900 XTR
    Rear Der: M900 XTR
    Rims: NOS Araya RM 20
    Hubs: M900 XTR
    Cassette: XTR 11-30T
    Tires: Ritchey Z-Max
    Seat Post: Syncros
    Saddle: Selle Italia Flite
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    Needed: 26.8mm XTR seatpost, blue GT/Grundig Jersey.

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    I always love your builds! Thanks for sharing. That's one lucky kid!

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    That kid is my 14 yr old daughter. She's riding this purple ano 14.5" now.
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    Needed: 26.8mm XTR seatpost, blue GT/Grundig Jersey.

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    I love your stable! Thanks always for sharing your GT knowledge base.

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    awesome collection gadro. that 96 zaskar was my wet dream. i was upgrading from a Cignal Silverado to a Balance AL750 with a Manitou 3 that year that frame was on the wall of my LBS and we use to throw it to our friends who hadnt seen it before and watch them freak out when they felt how light it was.

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    2000 GT Aggressor. Pretty much stock except for tires and fork (2009 Rock Shox Tora 318 SE Solo Air). I am just starting to get back into riding and I have a feeling many upgrades will be in the future. The next thing to be upgraded will probably be the front wheel and adding a front disc brake.



    I know "real" mountain bikers don't use fenders, I guess I'm not one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by intoflatlines
    I know "real" mountain bikers don't use fenders, I guess I'm not one!
    dude. where'd the rear reflector go?!? -1

    +1 for kickstand though.
    “I don't like jail, they got the wrong kind of bars in there”

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    Quote Originally Posted by finger51
    dude. where'd the rear reflector go?!? -1

    +1 for kickstand though.
    I just took the rear reflector off because there's not enough room on my seatpost: tail light mount, saddle bag (not pictured), u-lock mount, rear fender.. I usually put the tail light on when I go out anyway! I was actually going to take off the kickstand today but I forgot. Hopefully I can keep my point!

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    Quote Originally Posted by intoflatlines
    Hopefully I can keep my point!
    1. You may keep the point
    2. The points are worthless

    Carry on and enjoy your new whip!
    “I don't like jail, they got the wrong kind of bars in there”

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