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    Holy crap Mr. Anderson. You do nice work.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by echelon_john View Post
    Holy crap Mr. Anderson. You do nice work.
    'Nice' may be the understatement of the day...
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    I didn't want to give him a big head. But jeezum that's well done.
     

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    I haven't even seen the bike being discussed and I already know that I am going to love it. I always do. Dave is one of my favorites.


    I just got back from FNL and while the Anderson is not the type of that I would ever buy it is still very nice to look at.
     

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    Is Is FNL entering its blue period? ;)

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    Hey Guys....Thank you! for your kind words. I really appreciate it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by echelon_john View Post
    Holy crap Mr. Anderson. You do nice work.
    I can't even come up with the words........let's just go with "Stunning"!
     

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    Dave, your work just seems to keep evolving in a way that makes me jealous week after week. I hate it. Keep it up, Sir.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chauncey Matthews View Post
    Is Is FNL entering its blue period? ;)
    I hope so. Love blue and silver/stainless/chrome bikes.
     

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    Nate, Jackie's bike looks awesome. Apologies if you've answered this elsewhere, but what's the thought behind the seat tube extension and offset clamp? I think it looks really neat...just curious what's behind the design.
     

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    Just to echo what everyone else has already said. Way to go Dave. I'm generally not a fan of capped seat stays, but this is HOT.

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    Dave, every time you post I think "that was really cool" but this bike makes me really want another. Great work.
     

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    Kumo Keith, thank you for including your lathe in the lugshot.
    If we can agree that a stockpile of lugs and 'pipes' represents true wealth, then you Mr. E-rich-e is loaded.
    Liking the blue phase cx, Craig. Especially the new rear drops. They say same as it ever was but we all know under that beautiful paint is the new bone and socket goodness. Best feature of the new lugs, maybe.
     

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    just stop it Tyler. i don't have any money and can't really be seen riding around on Ti anyways. so please just stop posting!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by crumpton View Post
    just stop it Tyler. i don't have any money and can't really be seen riding around on Ti anyways. so please just stop posting!!
    If you post more pics (hint) it may dilute my postings to a more tolerable level for you...

    Anyways, thanks.

    ...trade you a ti for a carbon.... xo

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    Quote Originally Posted by crumpton View Post
    just stop it Tyler...!!
    Nike,
    Your post made me chuckle. Those same words entered my head when I saw his pictures. Gorgeous work.

    Nate,
    Love to see your stuff, both frame pics and racing pics. I follow your builds with interest, parlty cause I favor the Southeastern connection. Gotta ask, what was the thought on the off-center seatpost binder? Keep up the good work!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Evans View Post
    ...trade you a ti for a carbon.... xo
    I want in on that.............!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Evans View Post
    ...trade you a ti for a carbon.... xo
    I make a motion that this happens. Would be fun to see what each of you would make for the other.
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    [QUOTE=Ras72;449404]NikeQUOTE]

    Sorry Nick! Not sure what happened there...
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Strongin View Post
    Nate, Jackie's bike looks awesome. Apologies if you've answered this elsewhere, but what's the thought behind the seat tube extension and offset clamp? I think it looks really neat...just curious what's behind the design.
    a 2nd question off of the Zukas bike- how does the internal shifting cable handle the bottom bracket shell? is there some trickery here that i'm just not seeing in the pictures?

    Mr. Anderson: an incredible bike, as usual.

    ok, back to lurk mode.
     

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