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    Big Brown Truck Delivery

    Got home from work yesterday to find this in my driveway.
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    Congrads, I'm waiting on mine to show up anytime now too!

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    Sweet welcome home for sure. What's the weight and size? (looks maybe large?)
    2013 Banshee Spitfire V2 650b

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    Re: Big Brown Truck Delivery

    Nice. What's the build gonna be?
    No moss...

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    So I'm guessing the sheetrock leaning against the back wall will stay put for a while longer? ;^)

    I like that frame!
    Life is about the ride.

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    Big Brown Truck Delivery

    God do people with clean and orderly workshops make me feel like a dork.

    I fear I'm not worthy of a Burner


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    Old enough to know better. And old enough not to care. Best age to be.

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    How long ago did you order it? Placed my order a couple weeks ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwt View Post
    God do people with clean and orderly workshops make me feel like a dork.

    I fear I'm not worthy of a Burner


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    dwt...kinda just looks like an empty basement to me with a stand/bench etc...I have one friend who wrenches on his dirtbikes in a basement you can barely move in and another who's shop is so OCD over the top organized you're afraid to pick something up and move it. Hell, I work on my bike in the kitchen of my apartment sometimes. Gotta do what you gotta do

    Unless your a total squid or newbie on a $5K+ bike why feel not worthy. Long as you're having fun riding is what it's all about.

    Oh, the Burner has to low a BB for you anyway
    2013 Banshee Spitfire V2 650b

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    So if I ride a $5000 bike I'm a squid? I do set up a stand and do work in the kitchen. Any cred for that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgentPhatrick View Post
    So if I ride a $5000 bike I'm a squid?
    I don't think that's what he meant.

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    Nice frame! Hope to receive mine soon as well. I ordered it through my local (not a Turner-dealer) bike shop and the ETA was mid-February so I hope it won't be much longer.

    Re. clean basement workshops, I can fake that if I'm careful with my camera angle and kick some crap over to the corner by the furnace.
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    his money, he can buy what he wants...

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