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Old Yesterday, 05:16 PM
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Awesome stuff, as always.

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Old Yesterday, 09:34 PM
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That will be my new bike when I receive it. I started talking with Dave in the first week of January and told him I wanted a bike that could fit 32 mm tires, would be used 95% on the road and be able to fit fenders when I need them in the PNW. Lugged steel frame was what I wanted and Dave suggested his JKS model. Like everyone here has mentioned Dave was a dream to work with. Build up will take a few weeks but I will post when completed.
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Old Yesterday, 09:38 PM
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That will be my new bike when I receive it. I started talking with Dave in the first week of January and told him I wanted a bike that could fit 32 mm tires, would be used 95% on the road and be able to fit fenders when I need them in the PNW. Lugged steel frame was what I wanted and Dave suggested his JKS model. Like everyone here has mentioned Dave was a dream to work with. Build up will take a few weeks but I will post when completed.
Congrats! Can't wait to see it all put together.
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That will be my new bike when I receive it. I started talking with Dave in the first week of January and told him I wanted a bike that could fit 32 mm tires, would be used 95% on the road and be able to fit fenders when I need them in the PNW. Lugged steel frame was what I wanted and Dave suggested his JKS model. Like everyone here has mentioned Dave was a dream to work with. Build up will take a few weeks but I will post when completed.
Congratulations Bob. The great part about it is that they ride as good as they look! Looking forward to full build pics.

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