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Gt or dyno...whats the difference ?

Old 09-24-14, 11:20 AM
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Gt or dyno...whats the difference ?

I have a 24 " cruzer im trying to sell...i dont know if i should get $200 or $600 how do i no its a "gt" plz
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Old 10-20-14, 07:07 PM
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Stop typing with your teeth and post a picture. This is WAY too vague a question for anyone knowledgeable to even bother trying to answer.
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Very often, Dyno's used CR-MO for the main triangle only and had cheaper stock parts, where GT's were often 100% Cr-MO with better parts. That's it, in a nutshell.
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