I have wanted to try a Burrito build for some time now. I had a tandem frame that I figured would be a good base,a cantilever frame as a donor as well as a middleweight frame.My brother is my welder so this last Saturday I went to his house and we started cutting ,grinding and welding. I forgot to take my camera,but he took a couple of pics once we got it together. We had no jigs, no flat surfaces just a couple of 2x4s that we clamped at the bottom brackets.After it was all done I am happy to say that it is straight as an arrow.The two bottom brackets from the tandem will be covered with some type of sheetmetal.I wont know until after I mock it up if it will get triple trees or regular forks.I have a set of CW knee action forks I may use. Bars will be another choice to be made later.I am partial to apes,but if I have to tilt them down to reach I wont use them.The seat maybe will be a bananna w/ a crutch as a sissy bar,if it works out. Originally I was going to run a 24"x3'' on the rear since I already have that setup.I decided that since this was my first build of this type I wanted to make sure it was structuraly sound and chose not to widen the rear end. I already have ordered some red tires for it instead, 26"x2.125 I am not sure of a color yet,maybe black and gray or brown and ????? The two little bars sticking up near the chainstays were left like that until I see what the seat will be, they will be welded for support later. Here it is before I put the stripper on it.