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PostPosted: Fri Aug 10, 2007 8:45 am 
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Hi monsterfatuk, any chance you can tone down the capitals? its considered rude on most web forums. Thanks.


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hi monsterfat thats the worst thing you can do is put expanding foam down the seat tube if you had any trapped water it would rot like hell


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and you dont need to shout i aint deaf lol


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[size=24]SORRY

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ooooooooooooooooooooooooowww it gets worse monster fat i hope you didnt pay for this repair to the frame its pretty foobared theyve burnt in to the chain stays and ground in to the down tube as well i,m not sure if its worth the time to repair it

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2007 7:56 am 
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Did not realise it was welded like that,i only received the frame with a bit of primer on it,dont loose hope i hope it will rise out of the ashes


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all i can say is a BIG THANKS TO RODY for instructions on how to repair the frame so hopefully after my jollies i should have it repaired and painted by the end of september if all go,s well and the klein rebuild dosnt get in the way.
cheers thwang


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Best of luck mate,

go slow and enjoy the process.

Post up some pics when completed.

cheers,

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