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PostPosted: Tue Dec 02, 2008 2:21 pm 
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the government aught to tax whit konas - they'd make a fortune.

really nice bike dude. you have done an awesome job


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great job, really nice bike 8)


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I like to say a big thanks to those have given nice comments about this bike, I am chuffed with it and it's a keeper with me.

Cheers all :)


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Guy,

Looks spot on mate, Did you have the rear brake cable stop fitted or is that what comes on newer 96' Kona's ?

Cheers,

ps.... just picked up the secret Christmas build for the wife this am from the painters and looks awsome.


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Gravy Monster wrote:
Looks spot on mate, Did you have the rear brake cable stop fitted or is that what comes on newer 96' Kona's ?


Hi, I took the frame to Argos to have an extra cable stop on top tube as I wanted to run v-brakes, all done in 10 mins and then took it to powder coaters afterwards.

Keep us posted with your project, look forward seeing it done.

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retrobike rider / Gold Trader
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I thought you might have had one added, I did also , I will get some pic next week all going well.

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fantastic build there, just how a Kona should look, simple clean lines and not too fussy! Love it!


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I agree with ringlemike. Though I'm not a fan of singlespeeds the colors flow wonderfully, it's quite easy on the eyes.


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Beauty is very much in the eyes of the beholder..... and in my eyes this is beautiful!


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