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PostPosted: Mon Jun 29, 2020 11:44 am 
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I’ve owned my 1995 GT from new but it was time for a strip down and rebuild. I’ve always kept it as original as possible and the only non-original parts on it were the tyres, pedals and the bar ends (although they were added in 1996).

If I’d known about this great forum earlier I would have taken some proper pics of the rebuild.

Have always loved the paint job on this but it limited the renovation as the decals just aren’t available.

Spec:
Frame: GT Tequesta in ‘Team Scream’ colours
Forks: GT Cro Mo
Headset: Tioga Alchemy
Stem: GT Chromoly
Bars: GT Alloy
Shifters: STX Rapidfire Plus
Groupset: Shimano STX MC-32
Chain: IG50
Seatpost: Original (GT?)
Saddle: Vetta TT Tri-shock
Rims: Mavic 236


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File comment: Stem, headset and saddle all requiring cleaning - some parts laid out carefully in correct order for putting back together (it was the first time I’d taken a bike apart to this level!)
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File comment: Frame already touched up and stem and bars sprayed satin black - a slight departure from the original gloss finish which was badly scratched.
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File comment: GT logo beneath the grips restored. New transparent grips on the way but not GTs so not sure whether to put them on - thoughts guys?
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File comment: End result (although if I can get a decent condition Vetta TT Trishock that will be replaced).
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 30, 2020 3:08 pm 
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Location: Hull East Yorkshire - Eng
Cool looking bike, nice work keeping it looking good... 8)


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 01, 2020 1:33 am 
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Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia
Very nice work, looking good :)


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