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Old 12-07-05, 09:33 AM
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Anyone done it?
what are people's experiences?
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Originally Posted by Walkercycles
The staff at Bike School, aka UBI are great folks. Ron and staff will be at NAHBS in San Jose in March with some graduates frames.
Check them out at the show!

DW

great, thanks.
I am really looking forward to the show Don!
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Originally Posted by lala
Ashland, where?
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does anyone know what kind of tubing, lugs, etc. you get to build with?
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Originally Posted by Leif-fire-eater
does anyone know what kind of tubing, lugs, etc. you get to build with?
From the UBI website Framebuilding FAQ:

4. What kind of tubing will I use to build my frame?

In our steel frame building classes, we use high quality, butted, chromoly tubing. The brands we most often use are Columbus, Tange and True Temper. In the titanium frame building class, we use certified 3/2.5 titanium tubing from Ancotech.


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10. In the brazing class, what type of lugs are used?

We use the highest quality, investment cast, chromoly lugs. The brands we use the most are Henry James, Pacenti, Richard Sachs and Everest.
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Mebbe UBI should look into expanding its school in to the San Jose area...
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