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The Seeker has arrived:
Floor Flooring Logo Beige Cardboard


I can see it:
Wood Carnivore Flooring Floor Hardwood


It's out of the box:
Bicycle wheel rim Spoke Rim Bicycle tire Bicycle part


Bicycle tire Bicycle wheel rim Bicycle wheel Bicycle part Bicycle frame


Wheel Bicycle wheel rim Automotive tire Spoke Bicycle tire


Bicycle accessory Bicycle handlebar Bicycle Bicycle frame Bicycle wheel rim


Bicycle accessory Bicycle handlebar Bicycle frame Bicycles--Equipment and supplies Bicycle


Drake guarding the box as the build goes on:
Dog breed Dog Carnivore Signage Snout


Brown Dog breed Dog Carnivore Snout


Cat Eye Bottle Cages:
Wood Hardwood Bottle Plywood


Airborne Water Bottles:
Product White Drinkware Light Plastic


Product Text Drinkware Light Bottle


Bicycle tire Bicycle wheel rim Bicycle frame Bicycle part Bicycle wheel


Wellgo MG-1 Pedals

Seat Post: And my CTS:
Automotive lighting Automotive exterior Automotive parking light Car Vehicle door


IKEA Allen Key Set that matches: Lol
Finger Nail Engineering Plastic


Little Red bag with a few screws that I have no clue where they go: Lol
Human Tattoo Joint Floor Flooring


Done:
Tire Bicycle tire Wheel Bicycle wheel Bicycle wheel rim


Bike is sleeping along with my son's Wahoo:
Wheel Bicycle tire Tire Bicycle wheel Bicycle wheel rim


Thanks guys for any comments on any precious posts.... I would like to know where those screws in the red bag go.... How much air goes in the tire.... Does the fork come preset or do I need to put air in it.... And how do make the front brakes tighter as they are a bit on the lose end... Thanks in advance.
 

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Nice bike, I think that bag of screws is for the front and rear reflectors.
That's correct. And the two little silver things are extra cable ends if you decide to trim down your cables.

The fork is pre-set to a rider average weight of around 175. Consider getting a shock pump to do your own maintenance and adjustments.

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Lol.... Been trying to correct these damn pics... I took them with the ipad and iphone and posted them trough the ipad and they were posted upside down... Lol

And thanks guys... And yeah, I think the screws are for the reflectors I won't be using... Lol
 

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Can this thread be deleted so I can repost?
You'd have to contact a site admin to make that happen. I'd recommend instead that you just delete the unwanted images by editing your original post and then maybe post in this thread again with the corrected images.

Hope that helps!

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Lol. I tried that. Question for you Jeremy... I got the bike, put it together. Is there any adjusting or tuning that needs to be done? The front brake I feel Is too soft and do I need to adjust the shock at all or anything else?
 

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Lol. I tried that. Question for you Jeremy... I got the bike, put it together. Is there any adjusting or tuning that needs to be done? The front brake I feel Is too soft and do I need to adjust the shock at all or anything else?
Often the brakes feel better once they are bedded in and/or ridden a little bit. There isn't any real adjustment to be done to that style of brake.

For the Fork, you can add more air with a shock pump if you weigh more than 175lbs to dial it in. You can also adjust the rebound to your liking. Start in the middle between the turtle and rabbit, then go from there depending on feel and riding style.

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