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#1 2017-03-18 8:29pm

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1987 Dyno D-Tour

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1987 Dyno D-Tour

Cool little survivor D-Tour frame built up with misc. survivor and mid-school parts. Decided to go with a coaster brake on this one! -SOLD-

As with most of my bikes, not all but most, I got this survivor 1987 Dyno D-Tour frame for a reasonable price and built it up with some parts I had lying around and some eBay'd and/or Museum'd parts. I didn't have a single bike with a coaster brake, so I decided to go that route with this one:
1987 Dyno D-Tour frame
Mongoose fork
Brand new Sunlite headset
Unknown blue stem
Haro Psycho handlebars
Wethepeople grips
Subrosa bar end plugs
Haro 3pc cranks & sealed bottom bracket
Mongoose chainwheel
Welgo pedals
Team Cycle seat post clamp
Magna seat post
Viscount DynaMax seat
KMC chain
Rear wheel: Unknown coaster brake wheel w/ Cheng Shin tire
Front wheel: Shengfu wheel w/ Primo V-Monster tire
Threaded pegs

It's been pretty chilly here still, so I haven't had a solid chance to get out and ride this one yet, but I'm excited to do so when it warms up later this week! This is my 4th bike from 1987... It's like I'm unintentionally obsessed with that year or something!
Thanks for stopping by to check it out!

All my bikes are rider condition because I ride them!

-SOLD-

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