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Don't know if it's Easton or not, but frankly I don't think Easton has the market cornered on the knowledge to utilize and manipulate aluminum. In earlier years it was quite clear that they had a step on most other manufacturers and aluminum tubing suppliers when it came to the forming and composition of aluminum tubing, but that's not the "black art" it used to be. I'm not dissin' Easton whatsoever, and I'm not claiming everyone out there knows how to successfully untilize aluminum in critical bike frame applications, but a lot more factories know how to apply aluminum much more knowledgeably these days.
 
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