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    got bored today...

    decided to rattle can my frame in all my hung over glory today. still not all back together, about as far as i wanna go though with the paint still being a bit wet and all. scored the old kooka seatpost at a garage sale this weekend, for a buck. pretty happy on that one, aside from the slight fading. anyways nothing special, just a fun little project i did today since i couldn't surcumb enough energy to actually ride the thing.






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    Nice color. What frame is that?
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    Dammm
    For rattle can that looks really good !
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    azonic steelhead. bought it to get me by when one of my other frames was getting some work done on it, got the frame back and ended up sticking with the azonic. this is kind of my all around bike, doesn't quite fit in one category. it's the muttiest and most low budget of all my bikes and consequently my favorite as well.

    fun frame.

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    I am in the same boat as i have an Endless Lifetime,1992 Trek 970,Dialled Bikes Prince Albert and an Azonic Steelhead and the Azonic is by far my favourite.It was also the least expensive.

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    that looks awesome! I've rattle-canned a fixie road frame before and it turned out pretty well. i learned the trick is to put on enough paint in each coat so that it sticks, but not so much that it starts dripping.

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