BO15 Splinter (or how I learned to love a LOT of sanding)

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Now that you are getting your BB in, I can't wait to see how you make a wooden bicycle chain. :D
This thing is gonna be beautiful when you start shaping it.
 

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If you get that chain cranking fast enough, you may start a fire on the inside of your bike. :D
Are you planning to add any chain rollers at the corners of the chain path?
 

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Slick!!! I was trying to figure out what lacing pattern that was on the wheel :D :D
 
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Will you be able to remove the panel that covers the chain?

I'm also curious as to your use of ABS for guides, those are some harsh angles to subject the ABS to. I doubt if the guides on the bikes that use these are subjected to such angles.

I see plenty of room for a couple of jockey wheels in the front, if you change a couple of angles on the chain you would only need two in the front.

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