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I have the spec sheet and photo. I will try and get it scanned an posted up at the weekend.


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Wow! That looks like a stunning bike.
Do you have any more of those spec sheets?


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Laurent Fignon and Tim Harris on early Dyna-Tech's.


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Fignon used his to win the Tour of Holland and Tim was riding his for the first time and won at Snarestone
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"Reg rides a Raleigh"

Reg Harris receiving a new bike from Raleigh Lightweight Division.


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Rod Ellingworth joins the Delta Racing Team and gets his first Dyna-Tech


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Hmmmmmm... How would you be able to tell one of these from an Ogre MT4 frame if it was stripped back like mine?? The fact that mine has full XTR has got me wondering?? Any way of telling from the serial number??


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The Decade became the MT5 frame and had MMC maintubes in BP XMT100 composite (Aluminium with silicon carbide whisker reinforcement)
The MT4 had Titanium main tubes.

If you stripped the main tubes back on MMC it would look like a dull grey colour.


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