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  1. You might consider buying a used frame. There are always a few on Ebay. It might save you a lot of hassle of refinishing your frame. You could also sell your frame to make up for some of the cost.
  2. +1 In fact, I use a Sharpie marker and draw a line on each sprocket bolt to the sprocket. I can visually see if the bolts have backed off. Before I get on the bike I give it a quick glance. If you notice one is loose, you need to clean the threads and reapply loctite. FWIW - When I replace the sprocket I use new sprocket bolts.