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Old 01-28-24, 06:09 PM
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Dropout ID Help

I went through my box of rear dropouts today and among the many I found these two sets which I sort of don't/do remember buying quite a few years ago. I don't remember who made them or where from I might have gotten them. Does anyone here recognize them?

It turns out I have way more dropouts than I will likely ever need. I'll be offering up a bunch soon. Andy

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MAP — Mitch Pryor maybe? (not sure)
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Andy I've used those dropouts in my framebuilding classes and know they aren't made anymore. I was thinking they were a MAP product too but I'm not positive. This was before I saw Mark's post. Mitch was one of my students in April 2006.
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Kirk Pacenti sold these. CNC from A36 steel.
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