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Old 01-08-2013, 04:13 AM   #26849
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Originally Posted by mud View Post
Not without testing the tubes themselves.

Pictures of the frame, especially the bottom of the bottom bracket (serial #?)may help identify it.
Apologies if I did not make this point clear: I'm really interested in identifying the tubes not the frame

Thanks but I assume that your strategy is based on the assumption that the manufacturer is known, keeps records of frames . The manufacturer is unknown so serial number is useless AFAIK. I'm hoping there is a more direct accurate method such as markings on tubes.

How might photos discriminate between many choices (BRANDS: Reynolds, Columbus, to name a few and then many choices of their respective tube types) of tubes? Surely, they cannot
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