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 Post subject: aging GT frames ?
PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2009 8:43 pm 
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hi guys n gals

how do you age a gt bike from the serial number?
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depends which model. The early year Zaskars are relatively straight forward - the first 4 digits represent the month and year 0496= April 1996. Not sure if this applies to the later models after about '98. Other models I think you need some sort of lookup table as it's not so clear.


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If it's got original decals post a picture of the bike and I'll tell you what year it is by decal or color.


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