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    Uni-Frame?

    We've seen quite a few uni-body's (body & rail in one). Why haven't we seen any uni-frames? As in frame and rail in one. It seems like there would be more design flexibility here. Then again, I'm not a machinist so I'm probably missing something obvious.

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    Some one on here, I think it was Pneumagger, actually had a CAD design for an integrated rail/frame/VASA, but it never came to being. ITT, part of the problem like everything around here is everyone wanted something different. Vert, 45*, Pneuable, not pneuable, single, double, vert asa, 15* vasa, reverse 15* Vasa etc. Lots of variables.

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    Im not allowed to say anything in this thread

    "I'm not happy unless you're not happy"

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil View Post
    Im not allowed to say anything in this thread
    Vague comments allow me to believe what I feel like believing.
    I'm going with -Simon is designing a Uni-Frame and Big E is in on it.
    Sweet! I love when I make things up that are true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil View Post
    Im not allowed to say anything in this thread
    Can you say something in a different thread?

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    Nobody knows anything about this. Nobody was shown any preliminarily desgins. so Nobody can comment on this subject.

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    I am pretty sure I posted a CAD mock up around here somewhere a while ago..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobody View Post
    Nobody knows anything about this. Nobody was shown any preliminarily desgins. so Nobody can comment on this subject.
    LOL That old joke still works for me hahahaha Now quit the "nobody" thing and post up a link to it!

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    Yeah that sure does happen. You can please some of the people some of the time...

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    cant beat functioning printed parts
    My sydarm weighs less than yours!!!

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    I would definitely like if it could be sleeper pneued.

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    Me likey! I'm definitely in for one without the custom fore grip.

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    Looks good, I think you nailed.

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    I like both.
    As far as mounting the optional vert asa does it pinch the rail then bolt up as the old style does from the top?
    And if so couldn't you do the same with the custom vert grip?
    ANY HOW great looking uniframe

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    Quote Originally Posted by river031403 View Post
    I like both.
    As far as mounting the optional vert asa does it pinch the rail then bolt up as the old style does from the top?
    And if so couldn't you do the same with the custom vert grip?
    ANY HOW great looking uniframe
    Bolting the vert asa is from the top of the rail down into threaded holes on the asa. Same idea as the bike grips on a RT mag.
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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    Quote Originally Posted by cougar20th View Post
    Bolting the vert asa is from the top of the rail down into threaded holes on the asa. Same idea as the bike grips on a RT mag.
    Nice! AM/MM style sear pin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cougar20th View Post
    Bolting the vert asa is from the top of the rail down into threaded holes on the asa. Same idea as the bike grips on a RT mag.
    ^^i thought so.
    So couldn't you do the other one in pic#1 the same way?

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    Wonderfull !

    I like both.

    I'll take one for sure !

    The most difficult will be to choose which one !

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