Monday, September 17, 2007

These worked great on the main tubes. However, I need to fab up something smaller for the stays.

Time for the braze-ons. As you can tell, I like making tools. These are off the shelf Pony brand spring clamps with the rubber protectors removed. I took a some pieces of 1/8" welding wire and bent them into shapes and silver brazed them into the convenient groove in the clamp.

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you could always just make a block that fits into the wider portion of the clamp, "below" the tube...

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