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#1 2010-03-07 5:39pm

billabong25
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1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

I want to thank all of you who helped me get this project done by offering advice, great deals on parts (some not so great deals big_smile), and quick service. 

Chip at C4labs for the powdercoating and connections
Ultrahive for the frame decals, reproduction parts decals and quick service
Dirty Habits for letting me purchase the Dinky Dyno
Kingofbeers -parts
Badassomar-parts
Boston-parts
Shifty-parts
porkchoppz-parts
mercuryandsolace-peregrine masters
so many other members here, and I apologize I can't remember them all.  And my brother for trusting me to do a decent job.

When I was a kid, my brothers and I worked washing dishes and used allowance from chores to buy our own bikes.  I had an '87 HARO FSX that was later stolen, my younger brother had a '88 Dyno Compe, and my oldest brother had this '88 Dyno Pro Compe.  It too was stolen with my FSX but returned anonymously the next day. This is how my brother gave it to me a few months ago.  It had been in pieces for many years now.  The rear wheel axle was F'd up and had been in his garage for many years.  Obviously the grips are not original to the bike, but like so many kids did bitd, he had put nickels on the inside of the grips to help keep them from ripping on the ends.

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/PB240031.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/PB240032.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/PB240033.jpg

I asked my brother if I could take his bike and try to bring it back to life.  He agreed and I took it.  My plan was to redo it as rust had started taking over the dropouts some along with a few of the scratches.  I also quickly realized that the stem quill was rusted stuck in the fork, as well as the seatpost being rusted stuck in the frame.  KROIL was a life saver in getting these parts unstuck.  It took a while but KROIL came through, better than WD-40, PB Blaster, Vinegar, or anything else I tried.

Soon after I started the project I noticed that Dirty Habits, a member here on the museum, posted a Dinky Dyno for sale.  I thought it would be cool to build a somewhat identical Dinky Dyno to match my brothers that his kids could grow up with and keep in their family.  I wanted to keep that part a secret from my brother so he didn't know about it until I gave them the bikes this past weekend.  Check out the pics of the Dinky under Dirty Habits' bikes.

I sent the frames/forks/seatposts and bars to Chip @ C4labs to get powder coated the correct '88 Dyno Blue color.  About 10 days after I sent them to Chip, I got this back in the mail.  Super fast turnaround.  It was filled with both bikes and packed to survive anything.  Chip did an awesome job on these.  The service, and quality of work was awesome and second to none. 

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/PC220109.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/PC220110.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/PC220122.jpg

I also needed replacement decals to complete this project and Louis at ULTRAHIVE was AWESOME!  For those of you who haven't dealt with Louis or seen his work, it is remarkable. Not only did he come through with an exact set of replacement decals, he also developed a replacement 16" set to use on the Dinky.  They came out awesome as well.  Louis paid extreme attention to the details and I'm thankful for that.  When I got the decals from Louis I started assembling the bikes with the parts I'd accumulated from the great members on this site.  Here are some Odyssey RX-3 levers I restored for the 20" utilizing replacement decals from ULTRAHIVE.  I also used one of Louis' replacement decals for the sprocket on the 20".  It was very easy to work with and looks great.

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/P2110328.jpg

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/P2040231.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/P2040232.jpg

I knew my brother always wanted Peregrine Masters for this bike, but couldn't afford them when we were kids.  But I couldn't find any white 16" peregrine style wheels so I just used some new Skyway Tuff II's.  I also wanted them to be freewheel so my neice and nephews could appreciate that loud clicking sound of a freewheel that some of you recall as a kid.  I used Odyssey barefeet tires for the 20" because we rode them bitd.  I wasn't trying to make the builds to factory specs but rather use the era correct parts that we used when we were kids.

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/P2110332.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/P2110333.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/P3040011.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/P3040010.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/P3040009.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/P3040008.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/P3040005.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/P3040004.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/P3040007.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/P3040006.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/P3040014.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/P3040013.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/P3040012.jpg

I was glad to finally get them done, and although not exactly identical I am happy with how they turned out.  We still have a few tweaks on the brakes and so that the Peregrine Nazi's know, I am aware that the front is on backwards big_smile  That's how we rode them bitd.  I wanted the completion to be a surprise.  I wrapped up 2 sets of new grips like gifts and included my brothers original nickels along with a couple of 2005 buffalo nickels to have them open.  Then we went outside to check out the bikes.

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119/Hoot25/DYNO%20PRO%20COMPE%20BUILDS/P3050004.jpg

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#2 2010-03-07 5:47pm

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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

Nice builds!!! those are 1st class!! I love the matched set!!


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#3 2010-03-07 6:08pm

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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

SMURFY x2 and thanks for sharing.  big_smile
1st time seeing a Dinky Pro Compe for me. wink
Great restore, build and history. Glad both are staying in your family.
Last pic is a gem.
IMO, Dinky Pro Compe pretzels and drainpipe would make it a diamond. lol smile


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#4 2010-03-07 7:08pm

shifty72
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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

Beautiful Jimmy!


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#5 2010-03-07 7:16pm

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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

Nice job! Love them both! Props to Chip & Louis, excellent work fellows as always!


DG GRIPS !!! Black O-wings or Oakley B2s, SST Woody coaster rear Hub, 16" Ukai or Arayas for my pit bikes!
JMC 24" fork.

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#6 2010-03-07 7:16pm

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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

those are Fing sweet


AHOLE LIST:----> KING AHOLE BRADDLPHNS, KING MINION TXBONER AND HIS QUEEN MINION BIRD AND LITTLE MINIONS, X33D801969z28,ICEMAN, PERRONT AND FRESH (AGAIN)! DYNOBMX, MY STEPSON LIL BMXER, NEW MEMBER GTbikesIlikes, robk131313!   except Kurt-rad, and Roy Munson, And itsdug

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#7 2010-03-07 8:17pm

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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

wow, they look great dude. thanks for the props, but u deserve it for being a great brother and cool uncle. good job man cool


++ Restoration Decals @ the HIVE ++

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#8 2010-03-07 8:21pm

Floofy
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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

wow, very nice!!!!!  I love them yikes big_smile

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#9 2010-03-07 8:27pm

simon1
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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

Wow, the bikes look Great.  Very nice of you to do this.  What did your bro say/react?

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#10 2010-03-07 8:38pm

StevenFS98
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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

Great idea and execution all the way around. Thumbs up to everybody involved.

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#11 2010-03-07 8:43pm

mattygaff
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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

This is tremendous stuff!  To me, this captures exactly what old school BMX means to me, and should be all about.  Well done!


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#12 2010-03-07 9:42pm

caezar
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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

Awesome bro.  I love PC's...love the father son builds.


Jeremy Rieken


WANTED:  1990 Dyno Pro Compe....

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#13 2010-03-07 11:40pm

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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

WOW!!!!!!!!! SICK BRO, They Look Sweet!!!!!!!! cool


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#14 2010-03-07 11:42pm

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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

billabong25 wrote:

I want to thank all of you who helped me get this project done by offering advice, great deals on parts (some not so great deals big_smile), and quick service. 

Chip at C4labs for the powdercoating and connections
Ultrahive for the frame decals, reproduction parts decals and quick service
Dirty Habits for letting me purchase the Dinky Dyno
Kingofbeers -parts
Badassomar-parts
Boston-parts
Shifty-parts
porkchoppz-parts
mercuryandsolace-peregrine masters
so many other members here, and I apologize I can't remember them all.  And my brother for trusting me to do a decent job.

When I was a kid, my brothers and I worked washing dishes and used allowance from chores to buy our own bikes.  I had an '87 HARO FSX that was later stolen, my younger brother had a '88 Dyno Compe, and my oldest brother had this '88 Dyno Pro Compe.  It too was stolen with my FSX but returned anonymously the next day. This is how my brother gave it to me a few months ago.  It had been in pieces for many years now.  The rear wheel axle was F'd up and had been in his garage for many years.  Obviously the grips are not original to the bike, but like so many kids did bitd, he had put nickels on the inside of the grips to help keep them from ripping on the ends.

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 240031.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 240032.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 240033.jpg

I asked my brother if I could take his bike and try to bring it back to life.  He agreed and I took it.  My plan was to redo it as rust had started taking over the dropouts some along with a few of the scratches.  I also quickly realized that the stem quill was rusted stuck in the fork, as well as the seatpost being rusted stuck in the frame.  KROIL was a life saver in getting these parts unstuck.  It took a while but KROIL came through, better than WD-40, PB Blaster, Vinegar, or anything else I tried.

Soon after I started the project I noticed that Dirty Habits, a member here on the museum, posted a Dinky Dyno for sale.  I thought it would be cool to build a somewhat identical Dinky Dyno to match my brothers that his kids could grow up with and keep in their family.  I wanted to keep that part a secret from my brother so he didn't know about it until I gave them the bikes this past weekend.  Check out the pics of the Dinky under Dirty Habits' bikes.

I sent the frames/forks/seatposts and bars to Chip @ C4labs to get powder coated the correct '88 Dyno Blue color.  About 10 days after I sent them to Chip, I got this back in the mail.  Super fast turnaround.  It was filled with both bikes and packed to survive anything.  Chip did an awesome job on these.  The service, and quality of work was awesome and second to none. 

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 220109.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 220110.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 220122.jpg

I also needed replacement decals to complete this project and Louis at ULTRAHIVE was AWESOME!  For those of you who haven't dealt with Louis or seen his work, it is remarkable. Not only did he come through with an exact set of replacement decals, he also developed a replacement 16" set to use on the Dinky.  They came out awesome as well.  Louis paid extreme attention to the details and I'm thankful for that.  When I got the decals from Louis I started assembling the bikes with the parts I'd accumulated from the great members on this site.  Here are some Odyssey RX-3 levers I restored for the 20" utilizing replacement decals from ULTRAHIVE.  I also used one of Louis' replacement decals for the sprocket on the 20".  It was very easy to work with and looks great.

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 110328.jpg

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 040231.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 040232.jpg

I knew my brother always wanted Peregrine Masters for this bike, but couldn't afford them when we were kids.  But I couldn't find any white 16" peregrine style wheels so I just used some new Skyway Tuff II's.  I also wanted them to be freewheel so my neice and nephews could appreciate that loud clicking sound of a freewheel that some of you recall as a kid.  I used Odyssey barefeet tires for the 20" because we rode them bitd.  I wasn't trying to make the builds to factory specs but rather use the era correct parts that we used when we were kids.

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 110332.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 110333.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 040011.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 040010.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 040009.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 040008.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 040005.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 040004.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 040007.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 040006.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 040014.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 040013.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 040012.jpg

I was glad to finally get them done, and although not exactly identical I am happy with how they turned out.  We still have a few tweaks on the brakes and so that the Peregrine Nazi's know, I am aware that the front is on backwards big_smile  That's how we rode them bitd.  I wanted the completion to be a surprise.  I wrapped up 2 sets of new grips like gifts and included my brothers original nickels along with a couple of 2005 buffalo nickels to have them open.  Then we went outside to check out the bikes.

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 050004.jpg


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I asked God for a bike, but I know God doesn't work that way. So I stole a bike and asked for forgiveness............-Emo Philips

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#15 2010-03-07 11:51pm

Dirty Habits
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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

Here Are Some Pics Of That Dinky Before Restoration......
http://i207.photobucket.com/albums/bb110/amores1904/1.jpg
http://i207.photobucket.com/albums/bb110/amores1904/2.jpg
http://i207.photobucket.com/albums/bb110/amores1904/3.jpg


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I asked God for a bike, but I know God doesn't work that way. So I stole a bike and asked for forgiveness............-Emo Philips

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#16 2010-03-08 5:14pm

billabong25
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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

simon1 wrote:

Wow, the bikes look Great.  Very nice of you to do this.  What did your bro say/react?

My brother loved them.  He was very thankful and surprised.  He's a member here and will probably chime in when he sees this thread.

I thought about the drainpipe and pretzel bars pretty hard, but decided that since some little ones would be riding it that the stock bars and a layback would look and function better.  We can always switch it up once they outgrow the bike.  I'd love to see a pit set of pretzel bars cut and made.  That would look pretty awesome.

Thanks for all the comments so far.

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#17 2010-03-11 3:07pm

CruRaider3
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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

Listen up ya'll!!!   It is at this time that I would like to announce the winner of the Nobel Prize for Brotherhood and just Overall Radness.  And the winner is.......Billabong25.(for the record, this is his second time he's received the Award)  You guys have no idea how BAD AZZ these bikes are.  As good as the pics are, they are even better in person.  I must correct part of the back story.  I originally had an '87 Mongoose Decade Pro(Yes, the pink one) that was stolen bitd with Billabong's FSX.  I bought this '88 Pro Compe as its replacement.  I can still remember the anxiety waiting for the UPS man to bring my new bike.(Funny how some things never change.)  Over the years, I held on to the bike knowing that at some point it would be reborn.  That day has come.  And with the matching Dinky to boot.  Awesome!!  The kids are still fighting over who's bike it is.

I would like to thank everyone who helped make this happen.  It's Like MATTY stated earlier, this is what BMX/Freestyle is all about.  It's the passion and talent of people like yourselves that make projects like this possible, not only for me but now for my kids as well.

The Biggest thanks of All goes to Jimmy.  Job Well Done.  I knew you would do it right or not at all.  This surpassed any of my expectations.  You should be very proud of your work.  I am. 

And for those of you who were wondering, Jimmy won his first Nobel Prize for Radness about two years ago when he presented me with an '87 Decade Pro to replace the one I had stolen bitd.  That's my Bro.

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#18 2010-05-06 9:11pm

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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

cool

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#19 2010-05-06 9:16pm

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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

billabong25 & CruRaider3, you guys have to bring those bikes up to my show later this summer.


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#20 2010-05-06 9:58pm

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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

Just one of those alone is an awesome bike but to do a matching pair like that is outstanding!  Amazing work...

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#21 2010-05-07 6:35am

billabong25
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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

XXrlproline24XX wrote:

billabong25 & CruRaider3, you guys have to bring those bikes up to my show later this summer.

When and where is it?

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#22 2010-05-07 2:13pm

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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

southern il huh, you guys should bring those bikes to the old school bmx st louis ride on may 22!

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#23 2010-05-07 3:59pm

billabong25
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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

I have plans out of town on the 23rd but I'm gonna try to make the ride on the 22nd.

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#24 2010-05-07 4:08pm

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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

those are awesome big_smile

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#25 2011-06-24 4:36pm

Jo-Jo
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Re: 1988 DYNO PRO COMPE, DINKY PRO COMPE - BROTHERS RESTORATION (PIC HVY)

sweet.

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