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1998 Dyno Slammer
 

1998 Dyno Slammer

Frame- 1998 Dyno, USA made with 100% USA made chromoly steel tubing (not forign steel), flatland/vert/street frame, machined head tube and bottom bracket, Pac-Man rear dropouts and 3/8 inch axel slots, curved downtube an lowered seat stays for more pass through clearence, welded on (built in) lower gyro cable stops, Color- chrome with black and red decals

Fork- GT/Dyno 100% 4130 chromoly, 1 and 1/8 steerer, 3/8 inch axel slots and Pac-man dropouts, (the Pac-Man drop outs on the fork and frame, wrap around the pegs helping to eliminate most bent and broken axles and increase the overall frame and fork strength)

Headset- Dia-Compe A-Headset, 1 and 1/8, chromoly cups

Stem- GT Piston, aluminum, with GT logo on the front, size 1 and 1/8

Handelbars- GT 4 peice chrome plated, 100% chromoly, flatland/vert/street design, the same bars that came on the GT Tour and have been shaved down about an inch and a half on each side, the bars also have 1 inch tubing and are swaged down to 7/8 inch tubing for the grip area, this gives the bars a good strength to weight ratio and helps prevents bending on the curves when you land or do tricks

Grips- Haro, with raised Haro bikes logos and grip traction surface in between

Bar Ends- New Bizhouse Bizends, made of CNC-machined aluminium with a engraved Bizhouse 5 pointed star design on the end, they only weigh 39 grams, (1 large single allen wrench screw makes it easy to remove and install them, since its a larger screw it wont strip out easily like many of the other bar ends on the market that use 3 tiny screws instead of 1 larger screw)

Brake Levers- New Dia-Tech MX-97, aluminum freestyle design, made for 1 inch bars, black bottoms with silver levers

Front Hub- New Joy Tech, medium flange, 48 hole

Rear HubNew Joy Tech, medium flange, 48 hole, the rear hub has flip flop threads so you can use any freewheel 16 teeth or higher on the one side and a 15,14 or 13 tooth freewheel on the other side

Rims- New Alex C-303, 48 hole aluminum, single walled, 1.75 width (the rims have a bike shop label on them that says Wheel Works/Cycle Pro, but the rims are made by Alex and when the wheels were built, the bike shop put there own stickers on the rims instead of the Alex ones

Spokes and nipples- New 14 guage steel spokes and New brass nipples

Tires- New Dyno Hoop-D (front and rear), flatland/vert/street designed tread, 1.95 front and rear width (60 psi)

Pegs- GT Aluminum extra large 50mm tall

Brakes- Dia-Compe 990, alumium U-style, non threaded canti-mounted post brake pads 

Front Brake cableNew slick cable housing, New brake cable, (I put a New silver brake cable end cap on the cable end and a New silver cable housing cover on the cable housing end, just like the factory does, after I cut the cable and housing)

Cable Detangler- New Odyssey G-03 gyro kit, with New rotor, New upper and New lower brake cables, New upper cable mounting plate, New fork spacers, New cable hanger, New rear brake straddle cable, (I put New silver brake cable end caps on all the cable ends and New silver housing covers on all the cable housing ends just like the factory does, after I cut all the cables and housings)

Chainwheel- Haro Racing, 40 tooth

Chain- New KMC 410, chrome, 1/8 inch, with a New black master-link

Freewheel- New ACS Maindrive 14 tooth, chrome

Pedals- New Odyssey Jim Cielencki signiture pedals, aluminium platform with replaceable screw in allen head traction pins, chromoly heat treated 9/16 axles

Bottom Bracket- GT/FSA tapered sealed cone/radial rubber sheilded bearings that don't bind up and get harder to spin when you tighten them like other bearings do so they will always spin smooth, American sized aluminum bearing cups, the bottom bracket was made by FSA for GT fron 1998-2000

Cranks- GT/FSA 3 peice crank, 175mm length, heat treated 7005 alumium arms and oversized 1 inch hollow 6 spline spindle, made by FSA for GT from 1998-2000, the cranks have engraved GT logos on both arms, 9/16 pedal bosses

Seat- Dyno plastic flatland design, white Dyno logos on each side, 7mm rails and finger grooves underneath for easier grabbing during tricks, (this seat is very rare since it says Dyno in white letters on the sides instead of GT like 99% of the other plastic seats have)

SeatpostNew Promax, aluminum micro-adjust, single bolt design instead of the stock 2 bolt design, this makes the post lighter, stronger and easier to adjust 

Seatpost clamp- built into frame for extra frame clearance and lighter weight

Submitted by The-Elemental-Empire

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  • Freestyle / Flatland
  • Company: Dyno
  • Model: Slammer
  • Material: 4130 Chromoly
  • Headtube size: 1-1/8"