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Looks like we have new steel done right
Last Post 10/27/2016 03:14 PM by Spudly Crumpett III. 4 Replies.
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10/25/2016 12:04 PM

Traditional steel goodness with modern CAD CAM mitering and hand brazing in a factory setting.  Top photo.  Bottom I believe is one of his earlier bikes.  I WANT those handlebars!  The bend I love.  Classic TTT.  Copied faithfully by Nitto and stock on my Fuji Pro.  Set up my Mooney with a TTT Superleggero of that same bend.    But I would never set those bars up with level drops.  I aim mine a couple of inches below the brake caliper. And slide the levers down a lot.

I hope this venture takes off and grows.




10/25/2016 12:17 PM
New steel done right, but maybe not the post about it! I cannot get to the edit to correct the placing of the pics. And I see a reply alert. Well, that what this site gets for allowing internet buffoons like me to join.



10/25/2016 05:30 PM
This site is the last bastion for buffoons like you and me, and the handful of other ragtags ; )
Nick A


10/26/2016 09:34 AM
Very cool on the bike, and Huck. Ha! Yeah, land of misfit toys over here.



10/27/2016 03:14 PM
I've been called many things in my life, but never a ragtag. I'll add that to the list :-) An old school, steel is real project is in the near future for me.
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