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Old 04-23-2010, 08:50 PM
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Lightbulb Re : i think this is a worthy post because

i think this is a worthy post because of a great need of any knowlege to patch or repair a frame ./// heck / mighty putty may get you home some day .....
Originally Posted by wheelbender6 View Post
Tensile steel absorbs the motor vibration well and should be far easier to weld than aluminum or thin wall chromemoly steel. Some of the mainstream bicycle forums have a lot of info on frame building. The freakbike forum members do a lot of cutting and welding on tensile steel frames. Read before you cut.
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