Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: Portland, Oregon, USA
GTs are pretty durable machines. Take care of 'em, and they keep on going. I get the temptation of hanging onto different/cool parts, but ask yourself this first: What do I want to ride?
You should be able to peddle the mono parts for a good profit, they're fewer in number and thus scarce. Plus if you REALLY want the dry clutch rattle you've pretty much got to go that way.
I've got a bunch of parts in my garage that I bought because they were "cool", and yet in some cases years later they're still sitting in my garage. I found out I didn't really want them, and now I'm stuck with selling them off. You haven't said much about your bike, if you haven't experienced a Sport Classic with lighter wheels then funding them should be something to consider?
As I said at the top, prioritize what YOU want; you'll likely be happiest that way.
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