Framebuildin' part 3


#4341

Built the frame to match that fork.


#4342

are you gonna be at nahbs at all Eric? I’m guessing no since you’re currently not there?


#4343

Nope- my wife and I are taking the weekend for our 15th anniversary.


#4344

Brazing-

Raw-

Rubbed-


#4345

No file vingt sept plus.


#4346

[quote=Rusty Piton][quote=Eric Estlund]SuperMAX

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HAS SCIENCE GONE TOO FAR?!??[/quote]

Is this remotely possible for Thruaxle Dick brake? I want it so bad.


#4347

Lets chat.


#4348

just ordered a tubeset in the henry james true temper dump sale.
$100 for oxplat whooo boy.
literally spent $250 on the same steel in this same life.


#4349

Oh shit 10 dollars for both OX Plat and S3 tubes? I need to order some today. I thought they were blowing them out when OX plat was 20 dollars per


#4350

how much was shipping?


#4351

About 27 dollars to Phoenix. Half that to Seattle


#4352

Nice. Chris moved some stuff to the closeout list I was able to scoop. Good tip. He still has great deals for folks, too.


#4353

It only took me ten years, but I finally made a unicrown mitering fixture. I’m definitely not a machinist, but I think it came out ok.


#4354

Very cool, now build me a low trail uni fork for my wolverine!


#4355

Ok


#4356

This was fun:


#4357

oh so you do still build bike stuff


#4358

I’ve been in a loooong run of stems and forks. Not finished yet, but I have some completes I’m working my way towards.


#4359

Motherfucker that is gorgeous.


#4360

Is a big run of stems and forks more lucrative than frames, in $/hour terms?