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    Frame Builders in the Ogden Area?

    I have an early 80's Schwinn cruiser frame and fork that I am interested in have canti mounts added to. Know anyone close to Ogden that could do a little frame work?

    I am not talking the local welding shop, I need someone who actually builds frames or does repair work on frames! I seem to remember a guy in Salt Lake that had an add in Dirt Rag not to long ago, but can't remember his name. Any info is appreciated!

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    I think you're thinking of Jeremy Little of OGD Manufacturing. I've met him twice while riding at Wolf Mountain... Had a pretty sweet looking custom downhill rig, the same one that was in Mountain Bike Action and perhaps Dirt Rag.

    I googled it and this was the best contact info I could come up with in my 30 second search.

    http://www.kritmon.com/NUKERboys_Links.html

    Hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by amajeski
    I think you're thinking of Jeremy Little of OGD Manufacturing. I've met him twice while riding at Wolf Mountain... Had a pretty sweet looking custom downhill rig, the same one that was in Mountain Bike Action and perhaps Dirt Rag.

    I googled it and this was the best contact info I could come up with in my 30 second search.

    http://www.kritmon.com/NUKERboys_Links.html

    Hope this helps
    http://www.ridemonkey.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=184033

    Dude (who is a friend of a friend, this isn't remote internets BS) still hasn't been paid back in full...I dunno, I've met Jeremy before and he seemed like an okay dude, but that's totally sketch and unethical.
    It's just frustrating sometimes being an Athena...

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    You might try contacting these guys: http://www.edwincycles.com/

    I've never worked with them before, but they look to have a nice setup, maybe they can help.

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    Thanks Err

    That is the place I remembered from the Dirt Rag add, I just couldn't rememeber the website address! Even though he is in Salt Lake, sounds like my best bet. I'll give him a try.

    Happy holidays,

    frog

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