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#1 2018-02-20 9:33am

JNitrous
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From: Fort Pierce, FL
Registered: 2017-04-24
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Bikes: 20

2000 Dyno Air

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2000 Dyno Air

2000 Dyno Air

This bike was in 100% original condition and beautiful when I found it. It must have sat in an A/C environment for 17 years because there is zero rust and hardly a blemish on the thing. I kept all the original parts but changed a bunch. It's got Shadow Killer cranks 22mm. Shadow pedals, Haro Uni-directional 45T chainwheel, Haro Lineage 9" bars, Shadow Stem, Shadow grips, Shadow Supreme 1/2 link chain, Odyssey pegs, Origin 8 seat post, Weinmann wheels and Maxxis Hookworm tires. I think it's got a 14T ACS Claws freewheel out back. Yes it's geared for top speed, I was able to get up to 24 mph on GPS. Like all these GT bikes from this era though it's heavy. I like it though, it rides very smooth. I went with Weinmann because good luck finding a flip flop wheel set new like this. I wanted sealed bearings but that's an expensive custom deal these days. I did find a NOS set of Supras, they're on my 2001 Vertigo, but I paid a lot more than I care to admit. Besides, loose ball can roll for days if set right and broken in anyway. Thanks for looking.


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