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    My first build with a T47 BB, and possibly the first in the Southeast. Micro 29r.
    IMG_2438 by Nate Zukas, on Flickr

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    For a 6'7" customer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate Zukas View Post
    For a 6'7" customer!
    Tall guys need love too. Looking good nate.
     

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    That head tube is huge! Looks great, Nate.
     

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    Zukas style internal routing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate Zukas View Post
    Zukas style internal routing.

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    Cool beans Nate. So no guide tubes for the cables? Do you just use the plastic liners? That would certainly keep the internal routing a touch lighter than the traditional method.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pi Guy View Post
    Cool beans Nate. So no guide tubes for the cables? Do you just use the plastic liners? That would certainly keep the internal routing a touch lighter than the traditional method.
    Yes Sir! Just some short pieces at the BB shell. A short "guide" tube out of SS that exits out of the ST for the front derailleur cable.

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    Early 1992 somewhere in north Georgia. NORBA expert class, age 19.

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    Coping.

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    IMG_2934 by Nate Zukas, on Flickr
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    IMG_2937 by Nate Zukas, on Flickr
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    IMG_2948~2 by Nate Zukas, on Flickr
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    All terrain road frame.

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    Hi Nate.

    How do you lead the gear wires through the bottom bracket?
    Beautiful seatstays BTW :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Major Tom View Post
    Hi Nate.

    How do you lead the gear wires through the bottom bracket?
    Beautiful seatstays BTW :D
    They run high over the cranks spindle. Some removal and smoothing of the shell is required. For frames with a front derailleur I braze in a short SS guide tube for the wire.Thanks! NATE

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    Nate, that paint makes my paint jealous! Just beautiful!
     

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    Officially started practicing aluminum Tig welding. First session.

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    SWEET.

    What about tig'd steel?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dgaddis View Post
    SWEET.

    What about tig'd steel?
    Maybe! Been really fascinated with aluminum lately....

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    Checking alignment before brazing.

    2016-06-26_08-30-22 by Nate Zukas, on Flickr
    2016-06-26_08-30-42 by Nate Zukas, on Flickr


    Seems pretty to be pretty straight.

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    Love making these.


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    Race winning Dirty South Geometry!

    2016-07-24_05-53-21 by Nate Zukas, on Flickr

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