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Removing a dyno chainring to repaint frame??
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I need help on how to remove a dyno chainring to repaint my frame.
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#2
pictures please.

You also need to remove the head set, the bottom bracket, and everything else attached to the frame. Then in needs to be prepped; with the next to last step before painting being plugging all the holes where paint should not go.
Nigel
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When you say dyno, are you referring to the brand Dyno that made BMX and Freestyle bikes? That was a subsidiary of GT?
Or do you mean that your bike has a chainring marked Dyno on its crankset? Either way - like Nigel said, a pic would really help!
Wheelies don't pop themselves. (from a QBP fortune cookie)
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