Artisan lug set, oversize 1" - Designed by Kirk Pacenti

Artisan lug set, oversize 1" - Designed by Kirk Pacenti


Regular price$ 55.95


Designed by Kirk Pacenti - Lug set for 1" Oversize frames. Steel.

Top lug - 31.8mm head tube and 28.6 top tube, 73°.

Bottom lug - 31.8mm head tube and 31.8 down tube, 58.5°.

Seat lug - 28.6mm top tube and 28.6mm seat tube, 73°.

201g - Includes bolt. Weight is based on a representative sample. Actual weight may vary slightly. Imported.

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If an item is damaged or has been sent in error, we will pay for return shipping and replace the item if it is returned within 30 days purchase.

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In the event that an order is lost in transit or goes missing upon delivery, a new order will be sent as inventory allows. Refunds will be issued for lost orders at Framebuilder Supply's discretion.

Please understand that we are not responsible for insuring compatibility of parts in an order. Builders frequently order items for different bikes and there is no way for us to know which parts are intended to go with which parts.


We carry lugs that fall into three of the four most commonly built types. These are all road oriented lugs, but hey, there aren't any lug police out there, so do what you want. Two of these types work with 1" steerer tubes and two work with 1-1/8" steerers. The terms: standard, oversize (OS), and double oversize refer to the tubing diameter that the lugs will accept. The larger the diameter the tube, the stiffer the tube, and the stiffer the tube, the stiffer the frame. In general if you're building for a cyclist of average build, you can safely go with 1" standard or OS. If the rider is taller and/or heavier, you might want to go with the 1" oversize, or 1-1/8" oversize. If the bike will be used for touring, oversize tubes might be a wise choice. 1-1/8" double oversize lugs go with even bigger tubes. We don't currently carry double oversize lugs.

In these illustrations the main triangle tubes are light blue and the lugs are darker blue. Each lug joins at least 2 tubes, with the BB shell accommodating 4 tubes: a downtube, seat tube, and 2 chainstays. The chainstay size further complicates matters with the BB shell accepting 22.2mm round chainstays or a variety of oval chainstays. Obviously you'll want to make sure that your chainstay diameter and shape matches with the chainstay socket portion of your BB shell.