Moto Glide Dyno GT Kustom Kruiser Frame
Legendary Dyno frame to start a build on. This bike had a 24 X 3 rear tire on it stock so can accommodate wide tires. Used frame has a few dings and scratches. Built in kickstand and seat post clamp.
This frame is used and has some scratches, and the kickstand has some rust on it.
Weight: 10Lbs 10.2oz
Frame Length from Rear Drop Outs to top of Fork Head Tube: 43inches
Seat Tube Length from top of Bottom Bracket: 17 1/4th inches
Top Tube Length with Bend: 22 1/2inches
Head Tube Length: 5 1/8th inches 132mm with gussets
Head Tube Inner Diameter: 1 9/16inches 32.5mm, 1 inch headset cups installed
Bottom Bracket: 2 inch diameter shell 68mm long
Distance Between Rear Drop Outs: 4 5/16 inches, 110mm
Seat Post Size: 22.2mm
Dyno Bicycle History
Dyno Glide frame (no gussets) with regular forks and 26″ wheels
Dyno Glide Deluxe have springer forks and 26″ wheels
Dyno Ultra Glide have internal geared hubs – mostly 4 speeds and 26″ wheels
Dyno Moto Glide have gusset plates at the head tube and triple crown chrome forks and 26″ wheels
Dyno Deuce have gusset plates at the head tube and triple crown chrome motorcycle like forks and 26″ front wheels and 24″ extra wide rear wheels
Dyno Coaster is the early Dyno stretch cruiser
Dyno Roadster is the later Dyno stretch cruiser
Dyno MoonEyes – this is one beautiful and distinctive bicycle!
Early Dyno’s came with a D on the back of the top tube just behind the seat post – until 1999-2000.Later bikes had the Dyno Headbadge and a Dyno decal on the seat tube.