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1992 Dyno Compe

#1 2015-06-19 9:36pm

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1992 Dyno Compe

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1992 Dyno Compe

Basically a spare parts build with all my extra GT and Dyno parts.

The frame is a 1992 Dyno Compe

Dyno VFR racing forks
BMX Museum fork decals
1st gen. ACS Z-Mag wheels - stamped "Made in USA" - (Chicago Mfg.)
Porkchop dropout savers - new
Nice black and chrome chain from daddy-o - new
Schwinn Hucker snake belly tires
Dyno stem
Dyno FS bars
Oryg Gyro
Am'e Tri grips
Chang Star locking levers
Flite donuts - new
GT seat clamp
GT laid back seat post
Viscount Aero seat
GT chain wheel
Dyno bottom bracket
Sugino Cr-Mo 180mm cranks
GT platform pedals
Dia-Compe Bulldog front brake
Proponent rear brake



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#2 2015-06-20 4:11am

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Re: 1992 Dyno Compe

Never seen a VFR what that design.  Color combo looks nice.


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#3 2015-06-20 4:39am

bikemagn8
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Re: 1992 Dyno Compe

Looks like a Dyno Compe. Definitely not a VFR.


I can't believe the way people mistreat bikes. It also amazes me how many people don't have any bikes and never ride them - poor miserable souls.

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