Old 09-25-20, 03:46 AM
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It's not just the size of the hole. Due to the nature of rust, the area adjacent to hole will also have had it's thickness eaten way. Furthermore, rust holes in chain stays typically occur at the at the highly stressed bottom bracket end, so there's potential for a catastrophic failure. It sounds like a wall hanger.
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