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    < assigns himself a re-read of all 16 pages >

    The colors! The bunny!

    What's your process for keeping these paint jobs safe between shop and ship? Makes me a little nervous just looking at 'em.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 72gmc View Post
    What's your process for keeping these paint jobs safe between shop and ship? Makes me a little nervous just looking at 'em.
    As a recipient of one of those sweet Zukas painted bikes, I can tell you that his packing is awesome. The bike was almost fully built, well wrapped and zip-tied to the carton in a way that it would be impossible for stuff to shift around. The paint was flawless after unpacking. I then proceeded to abuse the bike and put chips in it right away, which is how it should be treated.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Strongin View Post
    I then proceeded to abuse the bike and put chips in it right away, which is how it should be treated.
    2nd. They're pretty, but not fragile. I've posted this before, but I'll post it again. First ride on mine:

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    Dustin. Did you just fall over into that? Seriously standing water and muddy bottom --can't see it working out too well :)
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by skouri1 View Post
    Dustin. Did you just fall over into that? Seriously standing water and muddy bottom --can't see it working out too well :)
    Nah, it's rideable! The bottom is a little soft, but it's firm enough that if you hit it with reasonable speed you'll make it to the other side. What you don't want to do is try to cross slowly in an attempt at staying dry...I've seen that not work well for folks haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 72gmc View Post
    < assigns himself a re-read of all 16 pages >

    The colors! The bunny!

    What's your process for keeping these paint jobs safe between shop and ship? Makes me a little nervous just looking at 'em.
    Lots of foam pipe insulation and bubble wrap! I zip tye eveything down to the box to keep things from flying around during the "extra" handling!

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