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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinci-Jim View Post
    Cant wait for the Fedex man!
    I'm so envious. Wow.
    I'll be really curious to hear how the ride compares to any other tandems you may have.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinci-Jim View Post
    Cant wait for the Fedex man!
    Awww C'mon man! Show us the whole enchilada - Dave never did in the "What the heck is he building in there" thread.

    Dying to see the entire frame!

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    Default Please be kind

    It is in a state of undress...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinci-Jim View Post
    It is in a state of undress...
    Dewd....like, whoa. Those head-tube fillets look more like webs!

    Really nice work - congrats to you and Dave. Looking forward to the build shot and ride report.
     

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    Be kind? That thing is amazing. Be sure to post pics of it built, or else. I'm not too far from Cinci.
     

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    Default Jks

    Just finished some details on the build but I've been riding it for a couple weeks now; seriously legit, and the SRAM stuff has me reconsidering my devotion to Campy. I need to up my photo abilities to do the bike justice (same with my Spectrum pictures; bike = gorgeous, but my photo skills = trash). Bike has 57tt and is 7.3kg as it is in the pictures for those who are interested.

    [New/better-but-still-not-good pictures added]
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    Fights begin, finger prints are took, days is lost, bail is made, court dates are ignored, cycle is repeated.

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    Default Another JKS

    Sweet ride. Temporary wheels until my I9's come back. Pics aren't great as my usual pole had a car parked in front of it. I'll try later this week.
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    That's a wild paint job on your JKS, Jack. What's the technique?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwsaunders View Post
    That's a wild paint job on your JKS, Jack. What's the technique?
    I couldn't begin to tell you. Joe Bell told me he'd pull something special out of his hat and he sure as shit did. In person it's unbelieveable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JackB View Post
    I couldn't begin to tell you. Joe Bell told me he'd pull something special out of his hat and he sure as shit did. In person it's unbelieveable.
    You lie not about the in person view of that paint. Could have camped out all day in front of it at NAHBS.
     

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    Here's mine. The wait for paint is absolutely going to kill me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThasFACE View Post
    Just finished some details on the build but I've been riding it for a couple weeks now; seriously legit, and the SRAM stuff has me reconsidering my devotion to Campy. I need to up my photo abilities to do the bike justice (same with my Spectrum pictures; bike = gorgeous, but my photo skills = trash). Bike has 57tt and is 7.3kg as it is in the pictures for those who are interested.
    Please-o-please get some better light on that thing and take a bunch more photos...it looks awesome! What color are the panels?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanF View Post
    Please-o-please get some better light on that thing and take a bunch more photos...it looks awesome! What color are the panels?
    Thanks, and yeah, I need to get some shots of it in natural light. I should probably be punished in some way for taking such tragically crappy pictures.

    The panels are black and the rest of the frame is sort of a slate gray with some whiteish/light-grayish accents here and there. JB added the Kirk logo to the front of the blades, which looks sweet, but I couldn't get a decent shot in my dark-ass apartment with my flash reflecting like crazy off of the glassy/beautiful paint.

    I'm gonna study up on some photo basics and see what I can do about some better shots this week (challenge for self = set).
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    Yes...the wait could kill you....but it's worth it.

    Here is mine.

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    Ahhh...that's where #71 landed.

    Beautiful bike and really striking paint.

    Cheers!

    Rob
     

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    WHOA! Jack that thing is absolutely nuts.....as cool as many of the carbon rigs you had were, none of them are close to that bike, just gorgeous!

    Thas...likewise. Stealthy, sweet, steel.

    Len, that may be the coolest bike of the bunch because it can go damn near anywhere. Cool details abound and I am a sucker for those matching stems. Very nice.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by oopfoo View Post
    Here's mine. The wait for paint is absolutely going to kill me.
    The photo of the raw top tube/seat-binder junction in fillets just does it for me. That is art.
     

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    Default She is a beauty

    This bike rides incredible. Even the cables are sexy. I also like the blue because it reminds me of the Gios Torino I fell in love with many year ago.
    She has been around the states. Her birthplace is Bozeman, she got her prom dress in San Diego, she was ridden hard in Miami :omg:, and currently it is back with me in Montana. :angel:
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    Default Few Pics of the build...

    Rode like a dream. Stoker's stem is messed up - the correct one is on order.

    This well the "go to" bike for the next several weekends!

    Next weekend will be 80 & sunny - time for a ride!
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    Beautiful tandem, I love the belt drive. You are very fortunate.
     

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