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Old 02-16-2011, 12:00 PM   #1
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Default *UPDATE* Frame Straightening

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The local shops wanted hundreds of dollars to "straighten" my frame where the shock mounted to the frame due to rust. My brother and I "dug" out the rust, used map gas to heat the area and some body tools, and persuaded the metal to not only move together but to straighten. Repainted area and it looks great. Took about 1 hr taking our time. Much easier than I thought. Saved a lot of money. I appreciate the advice.
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