Project Colorado Control Tech Seat Clamp

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EP3MTB
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Project Colorado Control Tech Seat Clamp

I'm trying to track down this seat clamp. If anyone has one, an old busted frame with one, whatever, please let me know. Pics are borrowed from a past ebay listing. Thanks for your help, Kevin

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Would cost you $28 + shipping to have it 3D printed out of bronze/steele.

1996 HG Factory HT 17"  Black w/Red Darts / 1996 HG Factory HT 19" Bass Boat Blue / 1997 HG Factory SS 17" Bass Boat Blue/Polished / 1998 HG HT 17" / 1999 Rocket 88 17" / 2000 4 Banger 15"

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Thanks so much for that drawing! Sent you a PM. smiley

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What, no gold plating? Fool

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I bought that frame. Spent WAY TOO MUCH, but I wanted one to make a display bike. That post clamp is one exactly like the one on the Project Colorado.

Jeff

94 Underground aluminum cracked frame

2- 97 Project Underground thermoset

97- Homegrown Factory

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Huge thanks to member bikeric for drawing this clamp. I was able to get it 3D printed in steel and painted it to resemble aluminum. I'll still hunt for an original, but I'm happy with what I've got.

 

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Did you tap threads for the binder bolt?

 

Jeff

94 Underground aluminum cracked frame

2- 97 Project Underground thermoset

97- Homegrown Factory

99- Homegrown Pro

01- Homegrown Factory Limited

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Yeah, it was not fun running an M-5 tap through that material, felt like cast steel.