YEP...I want to be able to be able to visibly see it when I am riding around if the nuts on either side or front and rear visibly back off for any reason...It never has yet but my fat butt is sitting on this thing and I just want to know at a glance if I have to tighten anything like this or pay the consequences if it does happen and I didn't take note.
Common trick in many industries to track fastener migration. It gives a quick visual reference for inspections, and a handy way to quickly ""re-torque" if it has moved. I use fine tip paint pens a lot at worn for this. Also use it a lot on bikes at home.
The Klunkerson is inspired from a simpler time. When friends would help friends piece together old beach cruisers to race each other down dirt roads and see who would get to the bottom first, laughing and dusting each other out along the way. When we spoke to Dennis about making a non-BMX bike...
Disc brakes, made of 4130 steel, plenty of space in the frame for an engine.