That thing is straight up Navajo! How long did Spectrum take? I talked to Paul about using them and he said usual return time is 2-3 months. I'm not sure I want to wait that long.fire horse said:Spectrum Powderworks KNOWS...how to execute. I was going for a turquoise blue and coral red theme (think southwestern jewlery) with a sand color backdrop. It came out WAY beyond my expectations.
Paul did a great job on the build and I especially like the internal cable routing on top. Yes, most definitely a labor of love on everyone's part.
Thanks to Liz at Spectrum as well for putting up with my obsessive ass questions, requests, etc., she's gem of a person thru and thru.
I hope to build it up next week. Got some CK red hubs on some Velocity Chuckker rims.
It took just about 2.5 weeks. Maybe it depends on the time of year. I imagine in the spring and summer that wait might be longer. Liz at Spectrum was great about giving me a realistic time line.Carl Hungus said:That thing is straight up Navajo! How long did Spectrum take? I talked to Paul about using them and he said usual return time is 2-3 months. I'm not sure I want to wait that long.
Well...if you go thru a builder like Paul then you get a better price but yea, even with Paul's pricing the paint was about half the cost of a lot of entry level custom frames.francois said:Ahh Spectrum paint. Doesn't that cost as much as some bikes?