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Old 04-04-2006, 03:58 PM   #1
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I don't want to jack the guys thread below me, but where can I get body work and paint done on the north side? How much do you think it will cost? Or would it be better to try and find a new tank?

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Old 04-04-2006, 04:07 PM   #2
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if you're a new rider i would leave it alone as this will be minimal after a while
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if you're a new rider i would leave it alone as this will be minimal after a while
I am not a new rider, but this is a new bike. This is the only thing wrong with it. I want to get this fixed before I put any aftermarket parts on it. Makes me feel weird, I ride it, but I didn't do that damage. I got frame sliders, so I dont plan on dropping it.
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i dont really see much of a front end on it,, but to answer your question, i dont really know of anyone personally.. just take it by a few of the small time body shops and get some quotes..
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thought I'd share a pic with you guys, I just got done painting mine start to finish was 24hrs

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what would you be willing to pay to have it done? thats how I would think of it, then compare to whats out there in the condition you want..
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I don't want to jack the guys thread below me, but where can I get body work and paint done on the north side? How much do you think it will cost? Or would it be better to try and find a new tank?

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