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#1 2019-02-22 9:12am

RobS
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2000 Dyno Slammer

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2000 Dyno Slammer

Cool flatland bike

The previous owners son didn’t like the yellow so it was painted black, it had some funky mags on it when I got it, I had some 48s laying around , and this is how it sits now, mostly OG


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#2 2019-02-22 10:19am

80sFreestyleFan
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Re: 2000 Dyno Slammer

Nice Dyno cool


That chit will buff out

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#3 2019-02-22 10:59am

RobS
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Re: 2000 Dyno Slammer

Thanks


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#4 2019-02-23 10:02am

polanco
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Re: 2000 Dyno Slammer

awesome geometry, a friend here has a burgundy red one and I like to test ride it every time I see it! too bad they covered the factory yellow up, it is a pretty cool color. those right there might very well be my all time fave cranks for riding, 170mm gt profiles!

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