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Old 04-17-2013, 08:25 AM
daveyg daveyg is offline
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Since you are close, go get all of Mike's stuff, give it a good home.
Then, JB weld. Either clean the cracked area very well with something like acetone, or use a die grinder to rough up the surface if possible (lightly, you don't want to make the crack worse!) and ride the crap outta it! It's a 20 minute and $10 fix that might hold up for years, maybe over a decade! (With careful prep) and then try to put together one complete bike outta the free score you got from Mike!
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