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    Alot of beautiful bikes here!

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    Re: Post your GT here!!!

    Thats a beauty!!

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy Note 2 using Tapatalk 2

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    Re: Post your GT here!!!

    Just finished building mine! Not the nicest bike as it was on a budget, but I think it looks cool and it rides really nice!!

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    Peace

    Post your GT here!!!-img_20130307_215922.jpg
    My GT Peace I use to ride to work and around town. I love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cohiba View Post
    Thanks MTBR for setting up the GT thread!

    What would a GT forum be without photos? Post your GT pictures here!

    I'll start with mine:

    1999 GT STS-1000-DS
    98' Jr. T.
    2000 Magura Gustav Ms
    XT/XTR mix
    That is one beautiful STS!

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    Here is my 1996 GT LTS-1 that I've modernized.

    I've had several different full suspension bikes over the years, the best prior to this being a 2003 Jamis Dakar XC Comp (w/ Horst Link), but nothing compares to this LTS when it comes to an all around bike. While I ride mostly XC trails, I'll occationally hit some downhill sections and this bike performs flawlessly.





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    Updates to the rig.



    Frame: 2006 Large GT Ruckus Idrive 7.
    Fork: 2007 Marzocchi 66 RC2 ETA 180mm
    Shock: 2012 Rockshox vivid r2c (one offset bushing)
    Brakes: 2013 Shimano SLX m675 203mm Icetech Rotors
    Wheelset: Rear Azonic outlaw 150mm, Front Mavic 729 20mm
    Tires: WTB Dissent 2.5 Ghetto Tubeless
    Crankset: Raceface Ride AM 22/32
    Pedals: VP-001 gold
    Shifting: Sram x7
    Stem: Azonic
    Bars: Black Market
    Grips: Oury Lock On
    Seatpost: Tomac?
    Saddle: WTB rocket V

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    Quote Originally Posted by mik_git View Post
    wouldn't that be more like a 93 or 94 ish karakoram? Surely not a '90 (or was the ~ = approx). Still Nice single speeder
    Just found out its a 95. You have a sharp eye. Here it is after a few more new parts (BB7/New Front Wheel/New Seat Post,etc....)

    Post your GT here!!!-img_20130321_141601_941.jpgPost your GT here!!!-img_20130314_165625_251.jpgPost your GT here!!!-img_20130315_083608_834.jpg

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    Picked up this early 90's Timberline for $20. Bike is original and after a good cleaning,it came out nice. Added Kenda slicks and removed frot dérailleur. Bike is 1-7 now.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Muxherdlr View Post
    Picked up this early 90's Timberline for $20. Bike is original and after a good cleaning,it came out nice. Added Kenda slicks and removed frot dérailleur. Bike is 1-7 now.

    Score! That looks really clean!

    That is early, looks like it is sporting a U-brake in the rear. I've got an '88 Timberline that I use as my tourer, looks like yours has fairly long chainstays too.

    Rumor has it that if those U-brakes are set up right that they are powerful enough. If you do end up replacing it, don't toss it, there are probably folks looking for one to complete their vintage build.

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    Zaskar frame numbers

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    Hi
    Can anyone help me decipher the frame stamp on my GT a mate rode it yesterday and swore the the 16 on the frame frame indicated it was a 16" not 18" that i thought it was.
    08972261
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    thanx

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    Quote Originally Posted by vegemite View Post
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    Hi
    Can anyone help me decipher the frame stamp on my GT a mate rode it yesterday and swore the the 16 on the frame frame indicated it was a 16" not 18" that i thought it was.
    08972261
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    thanx
    This frame was built 1997 in the month of August. Frame number is 2261.

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    thanx.
    but does the 16 indicate 16" frame?

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    YES it does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buggyr333 View Post
    Frame: 2006 Large GT Ruckus Idrive 7.
    Fork: 2007 Marzocchi 66 RC2 ETA 180mm
    Shock: 2012 Rockshox vivid r2c (one offset bushing)
    Brakes: 2013 Shimano SLX m675 203mm Icetech Rotors
    Wheelset: Rear Azonic outlaw 150mm, Front Mavic 729 20mm
    Tires: WTB Dissent 2.5 Ghetto Tubeless
    Crankset: Raceface Ride AM 22/32
    Pedals: VP-001 gold
    Shifting: Sram x7
    Stem: Azonic
    Bars: Black Market
    Grips: Oury Lock On
    Seatpost: Tomac?
    Saddle: WTB rocket V
    fuggin AWESOME!

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    Post your GT here!!!-2013-04-04_13-16-10_424.jpg

    '08 force

    easton havocs
    dhx coil rear (borrowed), 140 float rlc front
    gravity dropper turbo
    elixir r 203/180
    x9 drivetrain
    descendant crankset
    e.13 srs guide
    hans dampf front / ground control rear

    i love my bike

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    Nice bikes there! On my side, I’m the happy owner of a GT Sensor 2011 for 18 months now.

    This Sensor was my first “modern” mountain bike since 1988:
    - I bought this GT Sensor after being hooked on a GT Force 3.0 rented in the French Alps in 2010 (“Mondial du VTT”);
    - Last year, I also became a fan of singlespeed 29ers and bought / built up a Kona Unit and an On One Inbred (the latter being a fixed gear commuter). Sorry I did not find a GT Peace SS 29er ;
    - But I still very much like to use my 26” FS Sensor like I did yesterday 20km south of Paris (cf. photos);
    - Alternatively this Sensor is used by friends/guests to ride together when they don't have a rig (and I use my singlespeed).

    I once tried a GT Force Carbon 26” and absolutely loved it… My 12 y.o. son has a GT Avalanche 1.0 XS… Yes, we love the GT brand!

    Concerning the specs, this is originally a Sensor 4.0 upgraded with the time (now 1x9 and lighter) – the details are there: Post your Sensor pics here!


    Post your GT here!!!-logesenjosas_001.jpg


    Post your GT here!!!-leslogesenjosas2_001.jpg
    FG | SS | FS | CX

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    My GT i-drive

    Heres my GT i-drive not standard i bought the frame then built it up...Post your GT here!!!-8972_10200963370630021_758810688_n.jpg

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    Hello everyone.
    Im a noob to biking and am looking for a hardtail bike around $600.
    I was wondering what yall think about the GTs around that price like the KARAKORAM 4.0 MECH, AVALANCHE 3.0 HYDR, and the Timberline???

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    Smile 97 Avalanche: parts bin special

    I just picked up my new to me '97 Avalanche yesterday. the guys at my local REI built it with stuff from my parts bin.

    It rides different than my 29er, but all is good. I had a blast taking it out on its maiden voyage yesterday. I think the ancient Bomber fork really sets off the ball-burnished aluminum frame.


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    IMG_3281 by snorty, on Flickr


    IMG_3300 by snorty, on Flickr
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    "Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving"
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    I picked this one up from ebay.


    I also picked up some original decals, although they are not the exact ones needed (RTS in blue, while this was advertised as an RTS team, how to find out?). I have 3 forks for it. The mag21 pictured, an old Manitou 2 and a Pace RC35. I'm leaning more towards the Pace for the final build.

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    with paceRC35 it could be beatiful or with look parallelogram or noleen forks...

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    I never was a fan of parallelogram forks. So that's out

    About the Noleen shock, how difficult is it to do the rebuild yourself? I have looked in the manual and it seems fairly straightforward. Only filling the shock with nitrogen is a hurdle as I don't have the correct needle (and of course the N2 supply). Would the needle from the mag21's work? Anyone tried this?

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    Itg depends on the year, the early frames, the team was polished front and rear triangle with piggy back shock, but I think for 96 the rts-1 got the all that...

    Persaonnaly I think the mag21's are the go, or if you could find a mag21 SL even better

    And year parallelogram fork should never be put on anything ever, they just look stupid.
    2003 Yeti ARC
    2008 GT Zaskar Reissue
    1996 GT Xizang
    2012 Cervelo R3

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    built for my father, hence the unusual handlebar for an upright position

    and my karakoram waiting for some parts:


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