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Old 06-18-2014, 09:25 AM   #41
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That frame looks done though. The neck looks all effed up from the pictures. May be done this time Keith. Good luck and get well soon buddy.
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That frame looks done though. The neck looks all effed up from the pictures. May be done this time Keith. Good luck and get well soon buddy.
Thanks Josh.
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Old 06-18-2014, 10:15 AM   #43
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worry about healing first & then if u want to swap frames Id be glad to help. Quick look found several under 500
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Old 06-18-2014, 10:18 AM   #45
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i say new bike. that 750 seems cursed
lol. right.
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Old 06-18-2014, 10:59 AM   #46
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i say new bike. that 750 seems cursed
My friend helped tow a guy who totaled his GSXR in front of him. Not much was asv able but tires were clean and my friend knew I needed some for my project bike. I quickly declined though told him don't be putting me on those cursed tires.
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I was just calling you out to make a point.........I'm an sometimes. You're an ALL the time.

What was it....two days ago you were throwing certs around and going all tourette's on somebody else because you were so much better at blah blah blah......from your desk. Just relax captain keyboard. Disagree all you want, just stfu with all the bashing & one up name calling.
Dont you know a pipe and vessel inspector make you a motorcycle inspector too?

To the OP, good luck with your rebuild, or replacement. Glad to hear you are healing up.
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Dont you know a pipe and vessel inspector make you a motorcycle inspector too?

To the OP, good luck with your rebuild, or replacement. Glad to hear you are healing up.
Tell me I was wrong about the bike Ive been riding for 18 years. I catch on quickly. All this talking because of a weld that I was right about. Keep it up. Im on a roll as far as I can tell
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give n take is all good........like eastwood in Grand Torino.

You just tend to go full sometimes
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I dont see it as full . Sorry you do. Welcome to the www
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I have a full set of 04 750 plastics. Don't know if they'll fit though.
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BTW - I saw my Dad straighten out a bent blade on scissors once by heating it with a cigarette lighter and you couldn't even tell. Aluminum is softer so maybe just warm it up with a match and that baby might just pop right back, so don't sweat it. Frame is the least of your worries. Check your manifold decoupler and front farthing bearing.

I'm pretty sure I also have a couple sets of front brake pads if yours got damaged.
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