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Old 04-27-21, 02:51 AM
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Titanium builders in the Bay Area

Are there any local builders in the SF Bay Area who work with Ti? I know there is a good number of builders who work with steel, but what about Ti?

Reason for asking (for those curious) is I'd like to get some chainstay work done (potato chip) on a 3/2.5 frame and I'd like to not have to ship it anywhere. TIA.
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Originally Posted by tFUnK View Post
Are there any local builders in the SF Bay Area who work with Ti? I know there is a good number of builders who work with steel, but what about Ti?

Reason for asking (for those curious) is I'd like to get some chainstay work done (potato chip) on a 3/2.5 frame and I'd like to not have to ship it anywhere. TIA.
Nelson Titanium Products in San Francisco
Caletti Cycles in Santa Cruz

no idea if either does repair work
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Thanks. Dan at NTP had told me that he had retired. Will try Caletti.
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Also check out Sycip in Santa Rosa.

https://www.sycip.com/
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