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Old 01-07-10, 03:25 PM   #1
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How I build some lugged frames

my first set of new Custodian lugs {stainless** being used in a frame I will take to NAHBS
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nice. Are you going to bend the stay caps over?
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New lug set, or new lug treatment? Sharp as ever.
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nice. Are you going to bend the stay caps over?
Always, I am not a fan of stays plonked on the sides.
Got to use plugs and mitre them into the seat lug when doing a stainless lug atmco
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New lug set, or new lug treatment? Sharp as ever.
Eric, this is a new Dazza designed and produced lug set for OS tubes.

The "Custodian"

I wanted more curves than Nigella Lawson but still be able to be trimmed down to Kylie Minogue if desired.
Seat tube shelf in the stainless lugs to avoid the need for making a stainless bit of tube to sit on top of the seat tube and be rid of the exposed silver line.
Nomal steel lugs will be supplied with a pass through seat tube**
M6 Caphead seat post binder, any thing else is silly and a pain.
Cast M5 gear bosses, rounded seat post binger key hole slot to avoid seat post damage. I just had to have lugs with all the features that we should use in the 21st Century.

Cheers Dazza
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