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Old 04-02-2020, 06:44 PM   #1
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going to look at a fz6r tomorrow. it's got a problem at the rear of the frame

im on the hunt for bikes to flip and i found what may be a good one out in austin. its a fz6r that was involved in a rear end collision. the owner says everything's there, and that the tank is in great shape. sounds like i'll need new tail fairings at the very least. the bracket at the rear of the frame, that holds the taillight and fairings in place, is bent from the impact. from the pics, it looks like that may be the only damage. do any shops around the north, or nothwest area repair tabs/brackets?
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or should i just walk away?
this frame issue is the only part of the bike that has me worried.
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That rust has been there a while. Thatís not just a warm it up and straighten it out type of fix. Other than cutting and splicing, thatís a decent about of work to get it back to straight. It can be done, just time consuming.
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Update: that bike was a hot mess. I walked very quickly lol
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