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Old 07-11-2010, 05:59 PM
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Default Re: My Custom Cranbrook

personally I'd stay away from altering the frame itself as you risk the integrity of the frame at that point. I'd opt for adding a few washers to the drive side rear hub to stretch the frame a little to get the clearance instead of crimping the frame.. I've just had bad luck with breaking frames due to modification, and on a bike that costs $75 from Walmart I'd question the solidity of the frame in terms of how it would stand up to drilling.crimping..
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