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Old 01-25-13, 04:02 PM   #1
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Dave Arnold frame

Just picked up a Dave Arnold built frame on fleaBay, and I'm trying to find info on it. Anyone familiar with his work? Even better, anyone have contact info for him? I want to repaint the frame (black with flames is not my style...) but I want to keep his decals on it. So far all I know is he's a SoCal builder, and many of his builds are Easton Scandium, which I believe this one to be.

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Old 09-13-15, 09:43 PM   #2
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dave built road and tt frames mainly for the ACME masters team. Many road races, crits and tt's were won on his frames. After the success of the racing team, a lot of people wanted them. The team bikes were mainly read with yellow flames although not all the guys wanted that much bling so a few were toned down a little like the one you have. they are great bikes and he would give you the best tube lengths and geometries. I will pass on the info to him so he can answer your questions
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