Re: [CR]Pictures of Jack Taylor frame #6635


Example: Framebuilding:Tony Beek

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Date: Thu, 27 Feb 2003 16:49:57 -0800
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From: "joel metz, ifbma/sfbma" <magpie@messengers.org>
Subject: Re: [CR]Pictures of Jack Taylor frame #6635


ive seen internal cable routing on taylors - cant remember whether this type, with the braze-on bit, or whether ive only seen ones with through tubes that poke out a little bit, in much the same manner as taylor concealed dynamo wiring... only a hop skip and a jump from one to the other, and they did concealed dynamo wiring much earlier than 74...

i know the double curve tube tt frames have internal routing... ill see if i can dig up another example of this style of internal routing... defintely a non-stock feature, though - but the taylors would do whatever you asked for...

-joel
>Also odd with down tube shifter bosses & through top tube cables... Haven't
>seen the latter on a Jack Taylor at all. And the DT shifters would have been
>common later...
>
>Dale Brown
>cycles de ORO, Inc.
>1410 Mill Street
>Greensboro, NC 27408
>336-274-5959
>fax 336-274-6360
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