Paduano frame

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Rey
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by Rey

Does anybody riding a paduano mtb ?? the italian frame

www.paduanoracing.com

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Rey
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by Rey

how are the welding and looking ? good ?normal ?
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CGT
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by CGT

Judging from the picture alone, I have seen much better welding. See Moots or Eriksen for a display of good welds.

Rey
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by Rey

I do agee moot's welding is perfect thogh

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jmilliron
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by jmilliron

FWIW; I had a budget Lynskey 29er with significantly cleaner welds.
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Steve Curtis
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by Steve Curtis

The welds aren't great. My litespeed was much nicer and I've seen much much better from moots.

I love the look of the bike but id question the quality if they used this roughly welded frame as a show bike.

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michel2
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by michel2

you dont buy italian products for their quality ! (-; just for looks !

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