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1998 Dyno Slammer

#1 2012-09-13 4:58pm

andycapp
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1998 Dyno Slammer

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1998 Dyno Slammer

American made Tank.

I got this from the original owner.
FRAME/FORK: Dyno Slammer with "Pac-Man" drop outs
BARS: Haro Kneesaver II, VG bar ends
CRANKS: GT stamped Profiles with sealed bottom bracket
CHAIN-WHEEL: 39t Gt Overdrive
PEDALS: GT aluminum platforms
STEM: GT Piston
HEADSET: 1 1/8" threadless Aheadset w/SST Oryg detangler
BRAKES: Dia-Compe 990 front and back
BRAKE LEVERS: Dia-Compe MX 101
SEAT POST: GT chromoly micro-adjust
SEAT: GT Snub
FRONT WHEEL: GT Mohawk hub with Super 7X 48 rim
REAR WHEEL: Techno Nankai Freecoaster
TIRES: Dyno Hoop-Ds

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#2 2012-09-14 1:17pm

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Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

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"When the going gets tough, let the tough get going." - Frank Leahy

"If there's no time to do it right the first time, how will there be time to fix it when you f*** it up?" - William Leahy

"What I should have said, was nothing." - Mike Birbiglia

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#3 2012-10-13 3:55pm

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Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

i have a slammer one year older than yours without the pacman dropouts and was wondering if you could tell me the serial number location?  ive checked dropouts, bb and front end.  i have a sticker behind the seat clamp area covering some area but doesnt seem to be there.  its stamped dyno and made in usa on the surf bar area.  please help.  thanks

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#4 2012-10-15 10:27am

andycapp
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Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

Sure thing. Mine is on the left rear dropout, above the axle slot.
If you look above, at the pic of the rear hub (3 pics up from the bottom), you can just see the last of the serial number peeking out.
Hope that helps.


"When the going gets tough, let the tough get going." - Frank Leahy

"If there's no time to do it right the first time, how will there be time to fix it when you f*** it up?" - William Leahy

"What I should have said, was nothing." - Mike Birbiglia

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#5 2012-10-15 12:42pm

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Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

hmm.  it doesnt.  lol.  thanks anyways.  its not grinded anywhere like a stolen bike.  with my luck its in the seat tube, steer tube or bb tube.  thanks for looking though.  bike looks awsome.  you have a similar style of collecting as me.  i had a trickstar and a windstyler but sold them to albes for cheap.  dumb...  wonder if they could be on here..

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#6 2016-01-26 10:15pm

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Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

Why are these bikes referred to as tanks? Are they really heavy?

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#7 2016-01-27 7:06pm

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Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

Hi, i ask because i bought one and i was surprised to see that the shipping weight is 49 pounds. I havent received the bike yet but i was under the impression it weighed about 30 pounds

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