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#1 2019-04-13 6:06pm

Woodmaster
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2000 Diamondback Reactor

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2000 Diamondback Reactor

Nice rider.

So... pretty much stock. Cult grips and pedals, $2 seat from Goodwill. Front wheel has been changed. This thing would be sweet polished with some Spins on it.


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#2 2019-04-13 7:50pm

NOSTALGIA007
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Re: 2000 Diamondback Reactor

Looks pretty cool,DB was making quality bikes in the early 2000’s I have DB(nitrus) as my rider... light and durable!! With decent components.


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#3 2019-04-14 7:57am

Woodmaster
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Re: 2000 Diamondback Reactor

Thanks man, I had a Nitrus too, ages ago now. Couldn't pass this one up, although it was pretty rough when it got it. Do you think a yellow chain would be too much?


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#4 2019-04-14 9:36am

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Re: 2000 Diamondback Reactor

Wow thats quite a junction of welds. Very cool frame


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#5 2019-04-15 2:44am

NOSTALGIA007
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Re: 2000 Diamondback Reactor

I’m not a fan of solid colored chains, black and nickel would be cool, if you have to change it all.


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#6 2019-04-16 5:50pm

Stingray77
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Re: 2000 Diamondback Reactor

You have brake cable could be yellow, or maybe yellow wall tires? Nice bike

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#7 2019-04-17 6:12am

Woodmaster
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Re: 2000 Diamondback Reactor

Stingray77 wrote:

You have brake cable could be yellow, or maybe yellow wall tires? Nice bike

Good ideas, thank you.


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