The pile of scrap shown was actually cobbled together again; then, when the welds of the welds began cracking and falling apart, a hyper-reinforced replacement was essentially re-fabricated from the pieces . . .
I haven't seen the walking in the desert pic before...but....had seen the washing my bike in the shower pic!!!!
For a frame to have been so badly broken, you must have never looked at it at all. Sorry, I feel for the bike more than the owner.....take some pride in ownership for Christ's sake! Even if it is a lowly KLR...damn...what a shame!!!:13:....:character00271:
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