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Old 11-18-11, 12:00 AM   #1
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Questions on building a Pursuit Track frame

i've never built a bike frame. But, My brothers close friend builds motor cycle frames, and i was wondering if i could purchase some steel maybe something that is a little on the cheaper end, but nice. maybe like tange 520 cro moly, He could help me weld and build a smaller sized pursuit track frame,

I currently ride a 52cm track bike, I want to build a 52cm pursuit track bike, Is there any ways to achieve this easier?

Are there things i must understand before i can set forward on this project?

Is it easier if i find a small company in china that can build me a cheap frame that i can beat?
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Not sure how to answer the other questions, other than, yes, you have to learn quite a bit to design and build a frame
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