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#26 2009-11-02 6:34am

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Re: ~ Dyno Slammer ~

I know that a lot of us use the Primos in the PowerSeries place because of their close resemblance.  Do the spindles fit as well?

Just curious.

AJ



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do you have plans to put the power series cranks on there? cause that will literally set it off! amazing job, i keep checking back just to look at it cool

I had two sets of the arms for the longest time.......but no spindles, so I sold them. I just could not find any spindles.........and they really don't come available even as complete sets on ebay.

These are about 1 year shy of era correct though, I like them. Go good with the GT Prower Series neck too.


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#27 2009-11-02 8:15am

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I need a set of those Slammer decals... anyone know where to get them??


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#28 2009-11-02 9:40am

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Re: ~ Dyno Slammer ~

mcseforsale wrote:

I know that a lot of us use the Primos in the PowerSeries place because of their close resemblance.  Do the spindles fit as well?

Just curious.

AJ



RL-20II Guy wrote:

Dyno-Mike wrote:

do you have plans to put the power series cranks on there? cause that will literally set it off! amazing job, i keep checking back just to look at it cool

I had two sets of the arms for the longest time.......but no spindles, so I sold them. I just could not find any spindles.........and they really don't come available even as complete sets on ebay.

These are about 1 year shy of era correct though, I like them. Go good with the GT Power Series neck too.

No, I looked into that.  The spindles are larger on the new Primos.


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#29 2009-11-02 10:13am

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Re: ~ Dyno Slammer ~

Looks great! Very Voelker!

The pegs you used are a great substitute for the Dyno pegs too.
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#30 2009-11-02 12:51pm

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Looks great! Very Voelker!

The pegs you used are a great substitute for the Dyno pegs too.
smile

Yeah, they are not the best of quality.  You can not really use them as "nuts" to tighten down on.  They are very thin in the thread area.


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#31 2009-11-02 3:31pm

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chromey wrote:

Looks great! Very Voelker!

smile

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#32 2009-11-02 3:34pm

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chromey wrote:

Looks great! Very Voelker!

smile

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Or baby Mirra, too  smile


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#33 2009-11-02 4:47pm

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good choice on the cranks! the old power series cranks are overpriced crap! gt/profile chromoly cranks for life! cool


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#34 2009-11-02 5:00pm

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nintendoninja wrote:

good choice on the cranks! the old power series cranks are overpriced crap! gt/profile chromoly cranks for life! cool

i totally agree lol except where you said they were overpiced crap...because that is an opinion and you are entitled to it no matter how wrong it is tongue im jk, i love PS cranks and have never heard a single thing bad about em

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#35 2009-11-02 5:16pm

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this is a great bike      nice job on this one   would not change nothing!!


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#36 2009-11-02 5:25pm

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RL-20II Guy wrote:

mcseforsale wrote:

I know that a lot of us use the Primos in the PowerSeries place because of their close resemblance.  Do the spindles fit as well?

Just curious.

AJ



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I had two sets of the arms for the longest time.......but no spindles, so I sold them. I just could not find any spindles.........and they really don't come available even as complete sets on ebay.

These are about 1 year shy of era correct though, I like them. Go good with the GT Power Series neck too.

No, I looked into that.  The spindles are larger on the new Primos.

If i'm not mistaken, the spindle on the Power Series crank is 20mm, the same as the first generation Primo cranks (circa '94-'96). The second generation Powerbites ('97-'01) use a 22mm spindle, same as the third gen. ('02-present).


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#37 2009-11-02 5:44pm

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From The Hoff to McFly. lol. That color realy stands out. Not too many red bikes out there.

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#38 2009-11-02 8:24pm

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From The Hoff to McFly. lol. That color realy stands out. Not too many red bikes out there.

This is one of the "sportiest" build's I've done thus far.


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#39 2009-11-02 9:52pm

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Looks Flawless From Here! cool

Already One Of My Fav's.

I Just Sold Some SR/PS Cranks Because of what theyre going for and made enough to buy 3 sets of GT/Profiles cool


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#40 2009-11-03 11:57am

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Looks Flawless From Here! cool

Already One Of My Fav's.

Thanks, but it not completely flawless.......my lower Gyro cable is a little short.  It is used, the only one that I have.

Can anyone spare a good or new original black Gyro lower cable???  smile

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#41 2009-11-03 2:00pm

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Wow.  It's amazing how you made that DMC look like a TransAm.

I think the DMC is done and he's working on the Knight rider car now... Correct me if Im wrong big_smile

I am building two (2) cars at once.......KITT and the DMC.  The DMC is far from done........KITT is actually closer to completion.  The DMC is going to be the Back to the Future car....

yikes  yikes  yikes
thats what i was thinking when i first saw the pics but i thought 'no way is this dude doing this'

MAD props for those projects, the DeLorean looks clean enough to eat off, and the instrumention on KITT looks spot on.

good for you man.

oh, badass dyno too


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#42 2009-11-03 2:17pm

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yikes  yikes  yikes
That's what i was thinking when I first saw the pics but I thought 'no way is this dude doing this.

MAD props for those projects, the DeLorean looks clean enough to eat off, and the instrumentation on KITT looks spot on.

Good for you man.

oh, badass Dyno too

Thanks  smile

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#43 2020-04-25 2:15pm

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Hey this is awesome, i have the same one and trying to restore it. are you able to tell me where you got the front pegs? and what make they are? the fork design limits what pegs i can put on and i’m really missing having from pegs https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/273191/4390d030-b9df-4805-949c-e8c1f9c1ba4c5ea4a87b8c.jpeg
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/273191/17d9ef2d-688e-44d8-ab47-d1d0447598af5ea4a87d75.jpeg
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/273191/f75ebf6d-ff7f-40b7-8f91-39462fa6deae5ea4a87ebf.jpeg

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#44 2020-06-25 5:27pm

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pdifi wrote:

Hey this is awesome, i have the same one and trying to restore it. are you able to tell me where you got the front pegs? and what make they are? the fork design limits what pegs i can put on and i’m really missing having from pegs https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 87b8c.jpeg
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 87d75.jpeg
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 87ebf.jpeg

Cool to see Tech 7’s levers and super lace wheels on a rider!!! $$$

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#45 2020-06-25 6:30pm

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Awesome man. i actually ordered the Gt steel ones, but the guy bike shop had those laying around and switched them because i was worried about the clearance on the forks. here are some picks for you, they don’t have any stamps or marks so don’t have a name.next time i head over there, i’ll ask him brand name for you. https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/273191/c340c590-8738-4452-8868-bb451683cc045ef54f3f78.jpeg
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/273191/5dc06316-aabd-4444-af17-5b77cde247ef5ef54f3f8d.jpeg

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#46 2020-06-25 6:32pm

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To be honest one of them starting stripping th threads on my Og super lace axels which really posed me off. hence i only have one on right now.

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