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    Columbus Air

    is this material aluminum or steel?

    thanks in advanced

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    Steel. It was Columbus' first attempt at an aero tubeset, and was introduced in the early 1980s.

    Last edited by Scooper; 03-15-09 at 12:58 PM. Reason: added photo of Air decal
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    And it's not light...or stiff. But damn it looks cool!

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    Don't they also make one called "airplane" or something to that nature now out of aluminum?
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    Quote Originally Posted by redtires View Post
    Don't they also make one called "airplane" or something to that nature now out of aluminum?
    Yes; Airplane is 7005 alloy Aluminum.

    Last edited by Scooper; 03-15-09 at 03:06 PM. Reason: Added decal photo
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