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1998 Dyno Detour

#1 2020-04-19 6:36am

basicbicycles
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1998 Dyno Detour

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1998 Dyno Detour

Pac-Man dropout Dyno Detour with some upgrades

Dyno Detour restoration project I found at the local thrift store
I torn it down, cleaned and tweaked lots of parts and put it back together.
Full Spec:
* Frame: Dyno Pac-Man drops
* Fork: Dyno Pac-Man drops
* Headset: 1 1/8inch threadless Aheadset SE-1 w/SST Oryg detangler
* Stem: GT Piston
* Handlebar: Dyno
* Grips: BASIC Double Lock On
* Bar Ends: BASIC
* Brake Lever: Dia-Compe Tech-77
* Brakes: Dia-Compe
* Brake Cable End: BASIC re-usable Skull
* Brake Pads: Stock
* Post: GT chromoly micro-adjust
* Seat: GT
* Clamp: Integrated
* Bottom Bracket: Sealed Cartridge
* Cranks: MirraCo Black Label
* Chain Ring: GT
* Pedals: VP
* Hubs: Nankai Freecoaster Rear / Modified Sealed GT Mohawk front
* Spokes: Steel, 2.0mm straight gauge
* Rims: 7X style aluminum, 48-hole
* Tires: 20 x 2.10inch GT LP III
* Chain: Izumi Black and Silver


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