They had to face the BB and head-tube, grind the powder-coating down on the inside of the swingarm where it sockets over the hinge, and where the derailleur-hanger mounts. They actually split one hanger trying to tap it on. The bike was "done" Friday when I went to pick it up, but they had swapped the derailleur from the old frame onto this one instead of using the new one I'd provided. With the old one, the dual-control shifter works backwards- shifting up when you push down (up to three gears at a time) and shifting down when you push up (only one at a time). I found this out on the parking-lot test-ride and brought it back in. The head mechanic said he was to be the only person alowed to work on this bike, and it was his day off, so I'll be picking it up Monday instead.
No big deal, really. Barbara wanted me to spend Sunday morning with her, tuning up her roller skates for her first roller-derby match! (see www.BradentuckyBombers.org