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Sunday, 20 February 2011

1946 BSA B31 Frame

As ya can see Toddy has replaced the upper chainstays now and pulled the frame back out of the jig. Looking a damn sight more healthy than it did a few weeks ago, that's for sure.

As always the workmanship is beyond reproach. The seat spring mounts have been remade as the tubing size has been increased by an eighth to mirror the size of the lower rails, giving it a stronger more balanced look.

The change in tube size may well twist the melons of some out there, but is certainly makes for a better looking frame.

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