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Old 01-25-11, 11:09 AM   #1
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Question about using Lab Metal on frame

Yesterday I used Lab Metal to fill in the bottle cage holders on my Peugeot frame(as I don't need them) and a smallish amount went into my down tube and seat tube and I'm curious if this will be a problem if it starts breaking down in there and gets into my bottom bracket via the little drainage holes?.. If that's what they are called, you'll have to forgive me as I'm still learning the terms etc.

I'm having this thing powdercoated, I found a guy here in Dallas that will do it for cheap.

This is a nice frame but I also have another one to use if this one is ****ed.

Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated

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