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    Original GT Dyno frames were made in...

    ...the USA, China, Bangladesh???

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    Isn't that a BMX frame? The guys on the BMX forum might know. I have read that the very earliest of GT's BMX frames (from decades ago) were made in the USA...and then BMX got popular...and today there are bikes pretending to be a "GT" a K-Mart and Wal-Mart.
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    Alan,

    This is a cruiser frame, in this case it is a Dyno Glide but I think the older GT Dyno's were made in the same location.

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    I believe that all of the Dynos were made in Taiwan; certainly the ones made after the early '90s were.

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    Taiwan, baby.

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    Thanks...........Dave

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