Dynabar V7



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Blast
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Dynabar V7

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Nice one Dan, yup it really is hard to go back to a standard bar once you've tried these.
Looks like we are due a good size swell here over the next few days and so glad I have my Dynabar v7

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Re: Dynabar V7

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A pic from our trip in Portugal that shows the Dynabar in action and how much easier it is toe side.

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Re: Dynabar V7

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Blast wrote:A pic from our trip in Portugal that shows the Dynabar in action and how much easier it is toe side.


Toe side is a dream with the Dynabar. I've made some PTFE rollers to replace the plastic ones that come as standard = much smoother action and lasts longer

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Re: Dynabar V7

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Cheers fella, yup we replaced the rope on mine whilst in Portugal..it was real easy to do which makes a change from some other brands kit.

You can see the Dynabar in use in quite a few shots on this video.....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdjxDgzMjoE

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Re: Dynabar V7

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I think an investigation by the fun police into your affairs directly relating to the amount of fun you're having needs to be considered during this period of austerity. I bet the slugs didn't eat your lettuce.

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Re: Dynabar V7

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Richard you really should come on one of the trips....we had a great group again this year including a 70 year young who was ripping! 8)
I wish I was back there now..honeymoon next!
Then the fun will stop :shock:

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Re: Dynabar V7

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Blast wrote:honeymoon next!
Then the fun will stop :shock:


Honeymoon, ahhhhh-lovely. I hope you've been holding back until you're married, young-uns these days Eh.

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Re: Dynabar V7

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Sonnyrider wrote: I've made some PTFE rollers to replace the plastic ones that come as standard = much smoother action and lasts longer


Do you have a spare ?

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Re: Dynabar V7

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waverider wrote:
Sonnyrider wrote: I've made some PTFE rollers to replace the plastic ones that come as standard = much smoother action and lasts longer


Do you have a spare ?

I do, PM me your address

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Re: Dynabar V7

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What a gentleman, thank-you.

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