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Old 12-07-05, 12:56 PM   #1
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Hutch, GT, and Haro questions

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Know where i can get an old gt pro perfomer or any kind of Hutch?
and u guys think a Haro Zippo is a good bike?
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Old 12-07-05, 02:42 PM   #2
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Try ebay for the GT and Hutch, but the haro I don't know. If you want to buy one of those try ebay again.
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For a GT, check your local dump. For Hutch, check with your banker, then troll ebay. I don't smoke, so I wouldn't know about any Zippo's.
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Zippos are not good. The last ones i remember were back before 14mm axles became mainstream and may be before threadless headsets became the norm too. In general, unless it is a collectors bike, any freestyle bike without these features is going to be a pain.
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