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    Any frame repairers in Denver, CO

    I want to have the cable stop braze-ons that run across the top tube removed and replaced with cable guides that run along the bottom side. Any Denver area framebuilders that will do that?

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    You could try Mark Nobilette up in Longmont. Not sure if he does small repairs but maybe he could recommend someone.

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    I'll give him a call. Thanks.

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    Frame builder in Golder

    Hello,

    I don't know if he is still open but there used to be a framebuilder in Golden. His name is Rich Gangl. He did alot of work repairing frames for the National team folks on the 80's was a Reynolds 753 certified builder. One heck of a nice guy.

    George Tapley

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    Maybe DEAN bikes......they are located out that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bellab00 View Post
    Hello,

    I don't know if he is still open but there used to be a framebuilder in Golden. His name is Rich Gangl. He did alot of work repairing frames for the National team folks on the 80's was a Reynolds 753 certified builder. One heck of a nice guy.

    George Tapley

    Rich Gangl is still in business. I heard he is very hard to get in touch with.

    I had a frame alighned and cold-set at Schwab's, and perhaps Vecchio's in Boulder could give you some direction to a good one.

    Road Fan

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