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Old 03-01-06, 07:28 PM   #1
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suggestions for getting into frame building

hey anybody have tips for getting in to frame building I just bought the Paterek frame book and am considering UBI's chromo class if I can get a time that works Ill figure it out but any pointers would be appreciated Im in Brooklyn as well Anyone get some experience by trading labor for schoolin from a frame builder
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Do lots of resurch. geometry is everything. too steap of head tube angle and over the bars you go. take your time
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