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Forrest powdercoating
Rear dropouts are Suntour.
Posted by Sixty Fiver on June 14, 2012 Full Size|

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Reply Sixty Fiver
12:49 PM on June 18, 2012 
wooden shoe biker says...
Wow. this is a 2 thousand dollar bike now. You need a custom headbadge after this much work. good show !

I have no idea what it worth $$$ but to me it is priceless... it served as a test bed for many ideas and building it was part of my apprenticeship. My partner and master builder said that after I did this work he considered me to be qualified to build any frame.

With that I still see a few little spots where I might have done prettier work or had to do a little more clean up than someone else but the frame is rock solid and does everything I wanted it to do.

A custom head badge might be a good idea although the Philip's badge is pretty sweet... perhaps custom decals would serve me well.
Reply wooden shoe biker
10:55 AM on June 18, 2012 
Wow. this is a 2 thousand dollar bike now. You need a custom headbadge after this much work. good show !
Reply Sixty Fiver
5:48 AM on June 17, 2012 
Tange rear stays with V brake bosses added, cable through guide was originally a cable stop that was drilled through as the bicycle design uses fully enclosed housing save for one small section at the derailleur.
Reply Sixty Fiver
8:01 PM on June 16, 2012 
Having real dropouts with a derailleur hangar was pretty essential.
Reply Trigger Happy
1:39 PM on June 16, 2012 
Those die cast Dropouts look such an improvement on the nasty steel plate originals.
Reply Sixty Fiver
4:15 PM on June 15, 2012 
V brake bosses replaced the old cantilver bosses...
Reply Sixty Fiver
4:14 PM on June 15, 2012 
Rear dropouts are Suntour, through guide was added and chain hangar came with the donor seat stay.