who put this together (should get a laugh at this assembly)

tallbikes

Regular
Location
Dublin
a friend had a load of frames and old parts in a shed that they wanted to clear out so I said id take some stuff, pretty much all trash but I took some frames for cutting up and welding together into freakbikes,
anyway I found this hilarious mess in the bunch

look at those handlebars on this frame haha
completely upside down also
forks on backwards
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look at the direction of the mudguard
and the disc brakes on the front haha
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brake levers and shifters all wired in but completely upside down and as soon as you try turn the bar ends hit the top tube so it was assembles this way round, not a case of the whole thing just swivelling the wrong way
 

JhnBssll

Veteran
Location
Suffolk
Amazing. I saw a Kona for sale recently with the P2 rigid forks on backwards :rolleyes:
 
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tallbikes

tallbikes

Regular
Location
Dublin
Amazing. I saw a Kona for sale recently with the P2 rigid forks on backwards :rolleyes:
Hahaha
Tbf I can see how with some of those really straight forks a beginner might put them on wrong , but these aslrent even that straight and with the mudguard pointing forward like that it's just unbelievable haha
 
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