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Old 09-14-05, 09:48 AM   #1
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Difference Between DK Bikes

Can someone tell me the difference between the DK 8 PACK, 6 PACK and 4 pack? Are the frames the same with different parts or is there a difference bwteen the frames?

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Old 09-14-05, 09:52 AM   #2
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I'm essentially deciding between a 2004 DK 4 pack, or 2006 8 pack, I'm pretty much a beginner street rider. Their both used but similar in price.
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4 pack.
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often the more recent models are beter updated with better parts options, etc.

the 06 8pack look good, no clue about the 04 4pack.
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the 4 pack is dk's best bike
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No the Dayton is...
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well i know that the 4 pack is the better park model but the dayton is a really good bike that you should put into consideration
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No the Dayton is...

it's still a **** bike if you're not a beginner
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the dk six pack 06', thats what i just bought and its is sweet, I ride street and some dirt, so i would go with the 4 pack if you can get one.
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just get the one that has some of the things that you need in a bike like street tires for the bars
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