I'm not even sure what "Sabretooth Magic" means.
Just saw it written on a van the other day and it sounded really cool.
Don't even care what it means, it sounds so cool.
OK, so you guys asked about pics of a frame-start to finish, so here's the photo dump for y'all.
top and down tubes mitered and fit up.
The chainstays are then added to the front triangle and held up to the drawing to make sure they are perfect as well.
The wheel itself has a cool history. It's a custom Phil Wood hub made at 135mm, with a qr axle, for Bontrager as a check wheel when they were still making frames. The hub has super tall and wide flanges, and build with radial spokes for a wheel that's as stiff as possible. The wheel can't really be ridden, but has been integral in building thousands of frames.
Center line tool at the bottom of the wheel. Dead on
This tool will hold all kinds of bridges and braze-ons.
At this point, the frame is ready for powder/paint.
Done been painted!
Done been componented!
Thanks for checking it out.
Sorry if it got boring.