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Old 06-20-2006, 07:05 PM   #1
tbone16
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TW200 Swingarm stretch

I swapped my little Honda dirt bike for a prettty nifty little TW200 yesterday. Im looking to strip it and stretch it into kind of a funky little flate tracker type deal. Bascally waht Iwas wondering was the best way to stretch the end out? Any of you guys done this sort of thing? Anybody up for the job? I aint never welded aluminum and I found a good donor swing arm on egay for 25.

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