GT Chucker 1.0

GT Chucker 1.0

10 Reviews for Chucker 1.0

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 Love the frame but some of the parts need fast replacement. I bent my left crank arm within the first season. The derailleur snapped off, my fault though. The forks still seem to hold up but aren't the greatest. The plungers also bent on the hydraulic brakes. Wheels get a bit out of true but still hold up fine. I love the build of the frame, thick welds, and the geometry is good. After snapping the derailleur I went cheap and changed it to a single speed. It suited me a little better since I broke the derailleur on a pedal grind anyways. I'm about to finish building it up but it still is a great bike to build up from. And also GT warrantied my frame because when I changed to a single speed drive, I didn't leave the hanger on which is stupid, and it chipped on the thin piece of the frame. So GT will hook you up.
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 as a frame, this bike is excellent, it took all the abuse from a beginner who never landed it right, but the setup components are a bit of a letdown. dirt jumpers and singlespeed is a must.
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 yooo!! this isny smart ..............................well gay.............................. colour looks like shit.......................... why is it called GT CHUCKER if it is way too heavy to chuck?¿?¿
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 i have last years model the brakes pissed me off i got so mad the front brake i stuck it to a wall and put a nail in it but every thing else is not bad (noname bars) anyone want my frame fork stem or rims?
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 Good solid bike, nice to start light DH and dirt jumping on.
Frame has good potential for upgrading too.
Could do with a chainguide as standard if you keep the gears.
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 For the beginner i think its a compromise of value/price, and its a nice stock bike for upgrade. I did like riding on it but now i'm to lazy so i do ride full-sus bike #)
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 i have never got a bike for evan half the price of this and have only rode a older version once and it wasnt amazing and that is why i recamend it
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 Ive had this bike for about 4 - 5 months and i LOVE it, ive add the SS kit onto it,m but it is light weight strong and an awsome beginners bike

reccommened
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 i have got 1. good bikes.
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GT Chucker 1.0 (MSRP $849.99) — GT Chucker. Agressive Freeride Bike.

Specifications Compare to other DJ/Street/Park Bikes

Release Date 2009
Price $850
Fork Suntour Duro D, 100mm travel, mag lowers, 32 mm cro-mo stanchions, hydraulic damping, external preload adjustment,
Headset Semi integrated, ball type
Crankarms Truvativ Ruktion, aluminum, splined axle interface, steel pedal inserts, 170mm, 32 x 22, Bashring
Bottom Bracket Truvativ Howitzer XR, cr-mo splined axle, oversize sealed bearings, alloy cups
Pedals GT Alum Platform with cr-mo spindles and cr-mo pins
Chain KMC Z-9000
Rear Derailleur SRAM X-5, Med cage length
Shifter Pods SRAM, X5 9-speed trigger type
Handlebar Alloy, 31.8mm O.D., 73mm rise
Stem Forged alloy freeride design, 10 degree rise, 50mm extension, 31.8mm clamp
Grips GT dual density
Brakes Tektro Auriga Comp, hydraulic disc
Hubs Alloy, disc type, cassette, nutted axle
Spokes Stainless 14 guage
Rim Jalco, DD32, double wall, disc specific design
Tires Kenda Kinetics, 2.35"
Seat SDG Bel Air, stitched cover, guards front and rear, 7mm rails
Seatpost Aluminum, double bolt micro adjust

Dimensions

Size 26"
Frame Weight
Bike Weight 34.0 lbs
Headtube Angle 68 °
Seattube Angle 71.3 °
Headtube Length 100.07 mm
Chainstay Length 420.11 mm
BB Height 309.88 mm
BB Width
Seat Post Diameter
Front Derailleur Width
HeadTube Diameter 1.125
Top Tube Length 569.97 mm
WheelBase 1056.89 mm
Standover Height 675.89 mm

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