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#1 2019-02-10 7:42pm

phi11yphan
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1991 Dyno D-Tour

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1991 Dyno D-Tour

Gray and black survivor, local find


Liking the simplicity of the gray/black combo.  Replaced the 1 existing generic brake lever with a pair of black NOS Dia-Compe locking 128's.  Wired some new black cables together, re-greased every single bearing, threw on a black GT seat, some new black NOS grips, swapped bars with another build I was working on, added the compulsory black dice, and that's pretty much it.  Will probably leave that single, odd purple GT chain-ring bolt on the Pro Neck, just cuz I got it that weird way.  KG1Hxxxxx serial

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