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    The continuing saga of the 7...

    Well, the order form has been faxed, and I should see the frame by the first week of June!
    I'm soooooooo excited!
    Here's the tentative build list:
    Seven Verve (straight-gauge ti) 29" ss w/ ebb
    WB BW.8 fork
    White Ind. enO hubs, laced to Velocity Dyada via DT Champion 14/15g spokes
    Race Face Deus X-type crank/bb
    Avid mech. discs
    Ritchey WCS post
    Brooks Swift saddle, antique brown

    I'll keep posting updates.

    the los
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    Sounds Good

    My last Seven took 5 months, good luck. The wait was worth it. They seem to get slower when they know you are a repeat customer. Two months for the first one then add a month for the ones after that.

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    whoa...

    Quote Originally Posted by neville
    My last Seven took 5 months, good luck. The wait was worth it. They seem to get slower when they know you are a repeat customer. Two months for the first one then add a month for the ones after that.
    How long ago was that?
    Right now, their lead times are quite good (4-5 weeks) and have been fairly accurate for the last couple of frames we've ordered for folks.
    Now, I'm a shop monkey, so that means either a) I get some preferential treatment, or b) I get pushed to the bottom of the pile!
    I guess we'll see. I'd talk to your shop about long lead times Seven is usually really good about letting you know if there's going to be delays.

    the los
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    dongerparty.com

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    Wait Times

    99 road, 00 Tri, 01 CX and 03 DUO. Hope they are quicker now.

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