Two T's in Cutting

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  • Two T's in Cutting
  • Seems like a silly mistake to not be discovered before going into production.

    Atherton and Vanderham bars

    Or am I missing something?

    Premier Icon GrahamS
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    Oops!

    Perhaps when you make them smaller they look cute? 😉

    Premier Icon mboy
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    Good spot!

    Have a biscuit on me… 😉

    Premier Icon Sandwich
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    If you cut them at the shortest point that’s the cutest length?

    glasgowdan
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    I guess as the bars will probably have grips on them, nobody gives a monkeys. It’s a bike bit man, what——eveeeer!

    Premier Icon ir_bandito
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    I guess as the bars will probably have grips on them, nobody gives a monkeys. It’s a bike bit man, what——eveeeer!

    No, its not paying attention to detail. Who’s to say what other mistakes may have gone through on the production drawing.
    “does it matter how many numbers we put on this wall-thickness dimension?”
    “nah, it doesn’t really matter…”

    Premier Icon psling
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    Probably cutting costs by cutting back on letters. Cute.

    Premier Icon GrahamS
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    I guess as the bars will probably have grips on them, nobody gives a monkeys. It’s a bike bit man, what——eveeeer!

    Yea spelingz 4 nerdz innit

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