|Dedacciai steel question||vindicator|
Oct 4, 2002 1:29 PM
|Dedacciai's current line of steel tubing consists of the COM 12.5, the SAT 14.5, and the EOM 16.5.
My frame is made from "Zero Tre," which I assume is an older designation.
Does anyone out there know how Zero Tre compares to the current line? Since it was their basic line, I assume it's comparable to COM 12.5, but is it identical?
|re: Dedacciai steel question||Nessism|
Oct 4, 2002 2:57 PM
|Sat 14.5 roughly equals Zero and COM 12.5 roughly equals ZeroUno. There is no current equal to ZeroTre since it has been discontinued. It was made from standard cromoly and has a fairly thick wall thickness. It's a good tubeset for those looking for a stiff ride although it's fairly heavy by todays standards.