He works there and AFAIK is the cycling department, so an e-mail should find its way if you put RD plate for Stephen or something like that into it.
I know very little about working with CF but common sense would make myself look for something else to start. You need to get everything perfectly straight or preload on the lil bearings will be at an awful vector.
Not sure if it's likely to happen or not, but if you get anything jammed something awful can happen.http://fairwheelbikes.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2698&p=30719
I'd wait for an answer from someone who does it for a living before I'd even start looking into it. CF, especially in small quantities, is expensive and you won't really save money.
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