Re: [DML] Re: Stainless Frame Features
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Re: [DML] Re: Stainless Frame Features


I would gladly discuss further issues with you, but feel it would be  
more appropriate to discuss them privately.

However, I would like to clarify for you and the list my $90,000  
price quote.  Keep in mind that making replacement pieces of an  
existing frame is different from building something completely new.   
To build a new frame, you need to consider finance, design, tooling,  
raw materials, assembly fixtures and process, facilities, and labor.   
This all assumes that you are planning on building hundreds of frames  
and not just one frame.

I don't feel any need to incorporate what you refer to as "design  
features" into the Stainless Steel frame.  However, if you want to  
see something really pretty, check out our frame tie downs and  
redesigned trailing arms.  Better yet, look at them in 130,000 miles  
and see that they have not changed.

Bryan Pearce
Pearce Design Components
2N629 Jefferson St.
West Chicago, IL  60185
Phone:   (630) 293-0945
Fax:     (630) 293-0944

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On Jun 24, 2006, at 3:59 PM, John Dore wrote:

> I would be very interested in seeing a reply from you regarding the
> projected cost of $90,000 for a frame incorporating the design
> features I commented on being missing from your stainless steel
> frames. I'm sure others would be interested in seeing a justification
> for this price also, now that my website shows how easy it is to
> incorporate these features.

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