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Old 06-21-2011, 12:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Pics of a k-frame with grips removed.

I'd like a pic of a k-frame with the grips off, I did some searching even on google image and had trouble finding anything (even looked at all the pics of sergison's site). but I kinda have an idea, but need to see what im working with.

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Old 06-21-2011, 12:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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sergisons site? eh only k frames i found were his but on haveblue's site, link please
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I think they are just billet metal, i was also looking for a gripless picture but i couldn't find any.

I think they are just pure metal and the grips get screwed/glued on.
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Nope.. pretty sure they are "hollow" as people have made at least one typhoon with them.

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I was hoping someone with a k-frame would have snagged a pic for me.
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They look like this without the hollow part with the spring. They are one big piece of metal, no cutout inside.

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Schmitti, Dan sergison custom makes the squall/typhoon versions. he mills out space inside for a three way and other connections.
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Thanks.. I knew Dan did all the frames (they were his baby way back when), I just hadn't realized he made them solid unless otherwise converted. Good to know.

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