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  • Help identifying early ped

    This is my 1st post. I’ve been gopedding in Hawaii on Oahu island for about 13 years. I’ve only had bone stock gopeds for my entire career and I like it that way. I currently have a gsr 40tsi and 3 hard tire peds. I need help identify this new red one I got today hoping someone here can tell me some history and what year this was made. Also, it needs a new gas tank but the mounting studs are much shorter then a modern hard tire so I need a solution for that too. This red goped has completely different geometry from my blue sport. It’s lower and the front tire to frame clearance is much less then the blue one. Any help is greatly appreciated there’s not a lot gopedders out here in Hawaii although I heard that before inventing goped patmount worked at a kayak shop in Hawaii called go Banana’s. Can anyone confirm that?
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    Red one is a G2D sport, early to mid 1990s, unfortunately that’s as far as my knowledge goes. Maybe someone else can chime in with more info. Also, I’ve for sure seen the new version tank on those. Are the studs welded to the frame? If not, you can swap them out for longer bolts.
    Last edited by dsport; 11-19-2020, 09:07 AM.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by dsport View Post
      Blue one is a G2D sport, early to mid 1990s, unfortunately that’s as far as my knowledge goes. Maybe someone else can chime in with more info. Also, I’ve for sure seen the new version tank on those. Are the studs welded to the frame? If not, you can swap them out for longer bolts.
      yup they’re welded. The ped in question is the red one I picked it up today for $80. Does anyone know if I can fit modern hard tires on the red ped? The ones it came with are certainly smaller then modern ones

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      • #4
        You need to buy the entire wheel. The rubber part of those wheels are permanently attached to the rim. You’ll be upgrading to the new style since those are no longer available.

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