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Old 03-25-2012, 08:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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GT 1.0 made in the US bike FS

I bought this bike new and Im not sure how long ago but I think I have the paper work on the purchase date. I'm going to say around 10 years ago.

I don't ride it and it's been ridin very little since I bought it. I get more exercise out of it keeping the tires up every six months or so it hangs in my basement from the frame for storage.

Time for it to go. This thing is like new. I bought it to help stay in shape racing dirt bikes harescrambles but that stop right after I bought this bike.

All original no work done to it at all other then wiring the grips and outer grab bars.

$1,200. ST Louis area.

Ill Post up photos in a minute. PM me for more info thanks.
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It is a "L" frame or large as I'm 6'2" tall.
Both front and rear shocks lock out function.
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post this on http://forums.mtbr.com/ , you might have better luck
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Old 03-28-2012, 05:20 AM   #6 (permalink)
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hate to tell you, but this is truth. You are going to be lucky to get half your asking price. The bike is older and the parts just aren't worth that much. Looks like you have XT shifters/cranks and an XTR rear derailleur with hayes brakes. They are all fairly old and the Psylo fork hasn't been made since 2003 or 04 and a ton of new technology has come out since.
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Old 03-29-2012, 07:56 AM   #7 (permalink)
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^x2, you migh have better luck putting it on Ebay. I'm in STL, and wouldn't give more the $500 for it.
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post this on http://forums.mtbr.com/ , you might have better luck
I think you have to pay to post in the classifieds over there. Craigslist might be easiest.
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