1990 Dyna-Tec 2070

HarryCrumb

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Dyna-Tech frame and forks.

This frame was purchased by accident whilst I was looking for some Suntour parts for my Kona Cindercone in the for sale area.

chasers build with this frame

drifting james' build with this frame

The rear end is 130mm and due to having a nos XTm730 hub set with a rear axle of 130mm, the decision was then made to go XT-II with the build. I had most of the parts already so it was just a matter of cables and adding rims and spokes to the hubs. The hubs also had the UG body swapped with a 7-speed HG one. I went for a black stem to go with the seatr post and also to contrast with the bars. I think the black parts also bring out the black decals on the frame.

click here to see it being retrobike ridden

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Spec sheet:

Frame:Raleigh Dyna-Tec 2070

Fork:Raleigh Dyna -Tec Chrome plated

Headset:Tioga Avenger NOS
Stem:Syncros Cattle Prod
Handlebar:Dyna-Tec Titanium
Grips:Ritchey Logic WCS Foam
Barends:none

Brakes:Deore XT-II
Brake Pads:Aztec
Brake Cables:stainless
Cantilever cable hangers:Tektro front rocker, Shimano rear
Brake Levers:Deore XT-II M733 2 finger SLR.

Shifters:Deore XT-II
Front Derailleur: Deore XT-II M735
Rear Derailleur:Deore XT-II M735 short cage
Derailleur Cables:stainless
Cassette:HG70 7-speed
Chain:Sram
Cranks:Deore XT-II M730
Crank Bolts:Royce Titanium
Chainrings:Deore XT-II round SG
Chainring bolts: Chrome?
Bottom Bracket:UN 74
Pedals:Onza HOs

Hub Skewers:Deore XT-II (rear 130mm)
Rims:Ritchey Vantage Pro
Hubs:Deore XT-I M730
Nipples: DT silver ano
Spokes: Double butted stainless
Tyres:porcs to be swapped with ambers from mrlee
Tubes:rubber

Saddle:Selle Italia Flite
Seatpost:Dyna-Tech
Seatpost Binder:Odyssey Pro
 

drystonepaul

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Another one to add to this thread Martin.
Lovely bike; as ridden about a month ago.

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NWA Rivington ride - November 2010
 

beaglepop

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Very nice :D

Ive just purchased my 1st mtb build which is a Dyna Tech Encounter 2060 frame and forks in pretty much awesome condition.

Ive just put some crappy parts on it off a 90's claud butler as i was dying to ride it but they had to come off (it wasnt enjoyable!). Im in need of a rear mech, chainset and cranks and some shifters & then some decent wheels eventually. The bottom bracket is not running 100% smooth so that will need changing aswell but im unsure of what size to get.

Anyway i look forward to getting loads of info from this forum.
 

HarryCrumb

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beaglepop":3ftjzy8w said:
Very nice :D

Ive just purchased my 1st mtb build which is a Dyna Tech Encounter 2060 frame and forks in pretty much awesome condition.

Ive just put some crappy parts on it off a 90's claud butler as i was dying to ride it but they had to come off (it wasnt enjoyable!). Im in need of a rear mech, chainset and cranks and some shifters & then some decent wheels eventually. The bottom bracket is not running 100% smooth so that will need changing aswell but im unsure of what size to get.

Anyway i look forward to getting loads of info from this forum.

Cheers ;)

Welcome aboard, and nice choice for your build, your bottom bracket size will depend on the chainset you end up using

Click Here For Dyna-Tech Appreciation Thread
 

Tnega

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Lovely, was the snow extra?
These frames whilst not the lightest are such resposive, positive, vibrant things of beauty.
Wishbone stays = drool. :)
Enjoy.
 
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