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Old 07-28-04, 08:58 AM
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Originally Posted by sch
An equivalent bike from Douglas has been in several recent flyers from Colorado
Cyclist. Prices were less than most US Ti frames. IIRC Ti tubing is usually straight
gage not butted. Butting is mostly done in lugged steel frames. Steve
Thanks all for the info guys.

But aren't all of the new Litespeeds butted? On their website they state they use 'various thicknesses' for tubing. I guess they mean straight guage of one thickness on one tube but straight guage of another thickness on another tube of a frame.
One last thing.....did Litespeed actually make these frames at their factory? and am I safe to assume the lifetime warranty covers this frame too?

THX again

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