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Old 04-15-2010, 09:31 PM
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Default First Worksman frame almost ready

Well, out of the three worksman frames my buddy gave me the first one is ready for paint. I have another friend who works at a body shop and he's going to paint the frame impact orange for me which is the same color as my Jeep Rubicon. Also, I've been working on the wheels, this is a pic of one almost ready but still needs some more polishing and rust removal. The spokes sure are a pain doing them one at a time with steel wool trying to remove the oxidation. If I could afford it I'd buy a new set of worksman wheels but the set cost almost $200 bucks. As of now I have $39 in sand paper, body filler, steel wool and acetone and thats it so far as far as cost goes. My friends have donated the frames and the paint work for me so thank god for them.

Bikes :: worksman wheel picture by Droftaw - Photobucket
Bikes :: worksman frame picture by Droftaw - Photobucket
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