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    Help Identifying this frame

    Need help Identifying this frame,picked up because it looked interesting but had no luck finding any info on it any help would be appreciated thank you!Help Identifying this frame-20190223_144023.jpgHelp Identifying this frame-20190223_144005.jpgHelp Identifying this frame-20190223_144032.jpg

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    Woah, that rear end is a trip. Are those tubes solid bar?!?

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    No,they're square tubing so the frame itself is not that heavy.

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    Looks steel, is it brazed? "Welds" look way too fat for steel TIG.

    That rear end makes me itchy....
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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    Looks tig welded

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    The hole treatment looks like a Della Santa Ossobuco.

    ITALIAN CYCLING JOURNAL: Ossobuco

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    Concept is similar just on a coarser application

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    Quote Originally Posted by leoncito View Post
    Need help Identifying this frame,picked up because it looked interesting but had no luck finding any info
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    Where did you pick this up, city, state?

    The rear end screams early Vulture to me.
    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee
    Better suited to non-aggressive 125# gals named Russell.
    I ride so slow, your Garmin will shut off.

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    The guy I bought it from brought it from Denver

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    So far no luck ,still looking

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