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Old 11-12-18, 06:58 PM
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avhed
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Got the frame home and can see the lugs have more steel at the top. Might help in a minor crash. Bottom bracket is a little thinner than my Henry James, but seems appropriate because of the thinner tubing? Pump peg is a nice touch for the 1990s but will probably be unused now.
I like smaller chainstay bridge too.
Now for the downside: the chainstays are flattened on both sides. I think flattened it on the inside only is superior?

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