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PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2012 12:17 am 
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Yes, what is the letter? i.e. C=92


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2012 10:12 am 
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Hi, sorry to be a pain, all there is stamped on the BB shell is 0326. There is an indentation after the 6 which isn't a letter or number. The series no on the Reynolds 2060 sticker is AA1005. Any of this any good?


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Further to my question about the frame number..........I want to get the frame refinished. Been thinking about powder coating. However, I know that powder coating involves a bit if time in a hot oven..........will that upset the joints on a dynatech frame? Thanks for your patience........


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2012 11:50 pm 
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Here's my frame after i blew off the dust. Frame is 18" centre to top of seat tube.

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Double post.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 14, 2012 7:54 pm 
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Congratulation,

You are a proud owner of a Dynatech MT 4 of the 1993 series. The colored splaters are typical for the MT 4 frame, also the 2125 holographic sticker you can see on the seat-tube.

There is a few pic of my MT4 assembled in autumn 1993
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Best regards from Mainhatten

Dynatechrider


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Dynatechrider wrote:
Congratulation,

You are a proud owner of a Dynatech MT 4 of the 1993 series. The colored splaters are typical for the MT 4 frame, also the 2125 holographic sticker you can see on the seat-tube.

There is a few pic of my MT4 assembled in autumn 1993
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Best regards from Mainhatten

Dynatechrider


beautiful!

I looked at a photo of yours when building mine up - I decided on polished stem and seat post rather than black. Just personal preference. And of course Pace RC30 forks! :)


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I found this trawling through Retrobike;

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A price and spec list of 1997 M-Trax bikes!

And my old M Trax is on there - A bike stolen but a few months after I bought it in 1999 :( And the source of my Dynatech/MTrax/RSP love today!

I had the M-Trax 300 Elite in Gold chromica with Indy Forks in white, it was a featherweight beauty! And loved the frame.
Wish i could find one today.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2012 5:40 pm 
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Here is my early 90's Dynatech Diablo DX, Won in a great Karma Competition run by Racin'snake. The Frame and Forks were delivered with a few extra parts throw in to get us started, but once in the Man Cave things soon started to change.

Karma Comp Link.

http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewto ... sc&start=0

Ok not 'Catalogue Perfect' but that's not how i roll ;) Some DX parts sourced from the wanted section on here, polished and fitted, followed by a nice long Tioga Stem which many moons ago i was trying to shift. Some un-named bars and Dia-Comp levers and Shimano Thumbies in the control centre.

Suntour Hubs with Mavic Rims and WTB Tyres keep me rolling and glue me to the trails. Charge Spoon Saddle providing a great perch for the ole rump :D

Ok, admission but only to meet the Xmas ride deadline was a £6.99 new Raleigh Seatpost (26.4mm) from Evilbay, and some £1.99 Lock On Grips from ALDI. Both parts will be replaced in time but will do for now.

Build Thread Link.

http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=232725

All in all very pleased with outcome, rides nice, very light, and currently pride of place in the Man Cave.

Enjoy,

Jussa :D


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Ok dillemah that I am hoping someone can help me with, had some nice purple Anodised bottle bolts arrived today, went to fit them in my Dynatech but shock horror they don't fit :( used process of elimination and tried some other ones from another bike and they don't fit either??? The threaded inserts look ok, and its all 4 bottle bolt mounts that are the same, any ideas? I am lost at the moment, is it possible they take a smaller diameter bolt?


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