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There are some great looking bikes being posted on this thread. I'm very pleased to have tapped into a rich vein of enthusiasm and respect for Dyna Techs.
What I'd really like to see next is a complete stash of Dyna Tech catalogues to be unearthed and scanned for the archive.

So is there anyone out there whose got the necessary literature...?


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Wasnt there also an xc 90. It was pink/purple main tubes and silver rear tRiangle with black forks. I think it was an xc90, or am I confusing tat with a VOLVO.


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The Ogre XT has cable mounting in standard route. ie down the down tube and along the chain stay. can you confirm the MT4 has cables all along the top tube.


My MT-4 had conventional routing. It was an early one, though - it may have moved at some point ;-)


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The Ogre XT has cable mounting in standard route. ie down the down tube and along the chain stay. can you confirm the MT4 has cables all along the top tube.


My MT-4 had conventional routing. It was an early one, though - it may have moved at some point ;-)


The MT4 has Black forks and rear stays like yours - The Ogre XT is Wine / Maroon. I think you have an MT4.


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The Ogre XT has cable mounting in standard route. ie down the down tube and along the chain stay. can you confirm the MT4 has cables all along the top tube.


My MT-4 had conventional routing. It was an early one, though - it may have moved at some point ;-)


The MT4 has Black forks and rear stays like yours - The Ogre XT is Wine / Maroon. I think you have an MT4.

It definately looks to be an MT4, but those aren't the original forks, -they do look good on it though.


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The orge XT was available in silver/black going by this


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Ogre XT wrote:
MikeD wrote:
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The Ogre XT has cable mounting in standard route. ie down the down tube and along the chain stay. can you confirm the MT4 has cables all along the top tube.


My MT-4 had conventional routing. It was an early one, though - it may have moved at some point ;-)


The MT4 has Black forks and rear stays like yours - The Ogre XT is Wine / Maroon. I think you have an MT4.


See Wine NOT black - yours is deffo an MT4 which I think is the same frame just a different color. The Ogre has Straight forks. yours a curved so you may have froks from another bike - I am sure teh MT4 had straight forks. Bikemeister are you there?


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Straight forks on MT4 for sure.. same as Ogre forks.

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