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Old 06-29-06, 04:00 PM   #1
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Should I...?

so i live by harvard universe/city and found a wheeless kabuki frame with a couple of seperated seatstays close to the seat. since i know that this bridgestone 'kabuki c.toi' is the best bike in the world (jk) i am wondering if i should botherfinding a welder to fix it. i really just dig the face on the frame and would like to color scheme a bit. i plan to make it a fixie. my last bike had a cracked chainstay by the dropout and my mechanice was not keen on fixin it with welding because of my riding: hard fast quick street riding, is that what helmets afr for?
what should i do?
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