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    Can this be frame damage be fixed?

    This picture below is a broken derailer lug on an aluminum Trek 1000.

    I am wondering if this can be fixed? If so can you recommend a repair shop on the North Side of Chicago?

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    I am not having luck with my attachment.
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    Thats probably fixable.

    Check this out for a start - http://www.yellowjersey.org/rlfix.html

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    I was thinking the same link... if u have the tools at home easyllly u cna fix it your self. I doubt a LBS like Performance is able to do such a fix...

    Good luck...

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