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  1. Joe_Knesek

    Joe_Knesek

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    I'm building this Worksman for my daughter. It will be a white, red & black theme.
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  2. roadwarrior

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    Is she tall? These have a pretty high seat even with a laidback seat post. I'm digging the color. Black, chrome and white go good with that.
     
  3. Joe_Knesek

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    She is about 5'6" but I've built several Worksmans & she's ridden them. All the chrome will be powder coated in black chrome. I'm going Cerakote the spokes though because they are too hard to powder coat.
     
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    Good luck,welcome to the build off.
     
  5. LukeTheJoker

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    Love those frames!

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  6. Joe_Knesek

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    Rims, front hub, springer forks, handlebars & stem are powdercoated.
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    Oh wow! This is gonna be sweet. I can see all of the pics now. Those painted worksman rims are SICK!!!!
     
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    They are actually powder coated.
     
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    I agree those rims came out really nice!

    Luke.
     
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    Unfortunately I'm not going to be able to finish this build any time soon. I injured my cervical spine & had to have surgery to repair two vertebra. I'm going to be laid up for a few months.
     
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    Sorry to hear that, take you time to get better. That's a serious injury requiring serious healing time.
     
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    Take your time and get yourself recovered, the bike will still be there later!

    Luke.
     
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