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Old 03-30-10, 07:43 PM   #1
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Old 10-07-11, 10:21 AM   #2
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-5 complete oversized tubesets. 9/6/9 4130, brand name tubing. Round chainstays. Tubing works great for lugged or welded. For questions email me at sannerbikes@gmail.com

-$50 each set for the whole bundle, plus shipping.
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Old 11-20-11, 02:03 PM   #3
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FYI: I posted a 1978 Raleigh Professional 531 frame in need of repairs over at the Classic and Vintage sales forum. Could be an interesting project for a framebuilder.
http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...nal-Frame-Fork
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you still have the NECA for sale? Email me @ pradeeptandon1@gmail.com
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Old 07-06-12, 09:24 PM   #6
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2 new full frame jigs in Bay Area

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Mod-- I just upgraded.

3 nice new full frame jigs. $400. I will not ship, I am in the San Francisco Bay Area, local pickup only.

-Full aluminum construction, very light jigs.
-All frame surfaces milled to tight toleranced.
-Designed for 68mm BB shells.
-Fully rotatable
-Comes with software to set up and dial in jig for a frame-- can be set up in 5 minutes without needing the frame tubes.
-You can do all welding in the jig, or tack in the jig and weld out of the jig. However the preferred method is to tack in the jig and remove.

Our students have built many hundreds of frames on identical jigs. We just have too many of these jigs. I need to get rid of them ASAP, they are cluttering up the shop. If you are interested, please call me as I do not check my inbox. (650)919-4343. --Tim

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for sale : NOS Suntour Superbe Pro 4 piece dropout sets

Hey Guys,

sorry if Im not supposed to be posting for sale in the frame building forum but if I sell these in the classifieds , I'll probably get told to come here?

4 piece new old stock Suntour Superbe Pro road dropout sets for sale

super nice quality sets

1 set $75
2 sets $100
5 sets $200

add $6 shipping in the US for priority mail

message me for paypal details if you want some
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Old 09-13-13, 07:15 AM   #9
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So sorry it's only available in your country
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Do you still have any of these jigs? If don't, where can I get one like these?

Thanks in advance!!
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Mod-- I just upgraded.

3 nice new full frame jigs. $400. I will not ship, I am in the San Francisco Bay Area, local pickup only.

-Full aluminum construction, very light jigs.
-All frame surfaces milled to tight toleranced.
-Designed for 68mm BB shells.
-Fully rotatable
-Comes with software to set up and dial in jig for a frame-- can be set up in 5 minutes without needing the frame tubes.
-You can do all welding in the jig, or tack in the jig and weld out of the jig. However the preferred method is to tack in the jig and remove.

Our students have built many hundreds of frames on identical jigs. We just have too many of these jigs. I need to get rid of them ASAP, they are cluttering up the shop. If you are interested, please call me as I do not check my inbox. (650)919-4343. --Tim


Do you still have any of these jigs? If don't, where can I get one like these?

Thanks in advance!!
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Old 09-20-13, 05:40 PM   #12
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Do you still have any of these jigs? If don't, where can I get one like these?

Thanks in advance!!
I'm not sure how often Tim checks in here, but he listed his phone number in his post: (650) 919-4343.

His website is http://www.sannercycles.com/, and his e-mail address is tim@sannercycles.com.
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I'm not sure how often Tim checks in here, but he listed his phone number in his post: (650) 919-4343.

His website is http://www.sannercycles.com/, and his e-mail address is tim@sannercycles.com.

Thanks Scooper. I'll try to contact him through his webpage or email )
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He didn't have them when I took the class in April. At least they weren't in the shop.
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Old 12-08-13, 02:07 AM   #15
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Jigs!

I have 20 in stock. Not looking to make much profit on these, we stock them for our students but won't be doing tons of classes in 2014. Figured some folks in here could use a good jig. I think $700 is reasonable for these. Happy to ship, probably $50 or so shipping. Our shop is in Oakland if anyone is local. We have used these exact jigs to build thousands of frames... they are great.

About the jigs:
-Everything is CNC machined
-All parts anodized blue or clear
-All aluminum. Super light, super sturdy.
-Cones are stainless
-All surfaces faced-- very precise jig
-This jig is faster and easier to set up for a build than anything else on the market

-Also have 10 or so 3' x 1' alignment tables. Machined out of alum. plate. All brackets hardware etc. chrome plated. They are very nice, reach out if interested.

If interested in any of this stuff or just want talk about frame building just give me a buzz directly! (650)919-4343

-Tim



Scooper you still buzzin around? Come see our new Oakland shop! Hope you are well buddy.
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put me down for a jig! I left you a message.
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1?? I only sell them in batches of 5
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Victor Aircraft Torch Handles For Sale

****** See post #22 below ****** (3/15/2014)





I'm moving soon and need to whittle down my 40 year collection. I have 4 Victor Torch handles for sale. I've used 2 of these, but don't remember which ones. That said, I will test each one prior to accepting $ to assure it functions correctly and safely. I don't have enough tips so none will be offered. However, mixers/tips (model T17 or W-J) can be purchased inexpensively on Ebay or here:

Victor Welding Tips W-J

Sorry I don't patronize PayPal. Check or Money orders only. Please PM for additional info.

For the benefit of those unsure of the broad capabilities of the 'J" series torch, I offer the following.... The 1/4" thick coupon pictured below, was single-sided brazed with generic 64kpsi LFB. I used a #4 tip and fed it with Oxy-Propane.



Using the same J-28 torch shown above w/000 tip, 56 Harris silver and a handful of 14g stainless spokes, I crafted the example shown below....


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Old 02-23-14, 11:08 PM   #19
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hey i was wondering if you still had the J-50 and the J-28? I would private message you but I can't yet. If you still have them I'll buy them. Let me know thanks!

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hey i was wondering if you still had the J-50 and the J-28? I would private message you but I can't yet. If you still have them I'll buy them. Let me know thanks!

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Claytron, The J-28 is tentatively sold (awaiting $), but the listed J-50, J-27, and 71 shown are sill up for grabs.

I did send you a PM - lemme know if you can respond.
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hey i can't respond. i was more interested in the J-28 but if its gone I'd take the J-50 and the J-27. claytertots@yahoo.com that's my e-mail if you could message me a total for both that'd be great. Thanks
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Here is the last of my collection. J-28 (SOLD) and J-50 (right). Both are tested and fully functional. Take your pick $45 +$6 sh.


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tell me where to send a check for the J28. there is a requirement of 50 posts before users are allowed to PM...

direct email is duanedraper@hotmail.com
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tell me where to send a check for the J28. there is a requirement of 50 posts before users are allowed to PM...

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Sent - thank you
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Thanks! I have it all set up with TM hoses and it makes a huge difference from my Victor 100 and standard hoses. This feels like I'm working with a switchblade rather than a broad sword!
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