Old 08-28-18, 08:48 AM
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For $3000 one could buy pretty much all the tools you would need to build frames (old skool build method). From there you would have to figure out how to build frames on your own though; with the internet and youtube you have access to a lot of good info these days. I took this path a number of years ago and managed to come through the other side, although in truth the first few frames weren't long for the earth. I did have a small lathe back then and of course a garage to work in. The lathe was particularly useful in making tooling parts. If I had a mill I would have made a proper jig but that's a discussion for a different thread. At any rate, there are options if you want it bad enough...

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