Old 12-07-18, 07:58 PM
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TiHabanero
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With a little ingenuity and willingness to learn from your mistakes, you can build a frame. I have done a few now and just a day ago finished replacing the entire rear end on the first one I built in 2001. Just think about what you are doing as you go and it will come together. Do not ignore the details!
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