Old 04-23-08, 10:13 PM
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cobba
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It can be repaired, but it might be hard to find someone that can do the repairs and it would probably cheaper to get a new frame.
Have a look at these before and after photos of repairs to head tubes:
http://www.gripsport.com.au/main.php?part=gallery&galID=16

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