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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-20-2012, 04:48 PM Thread Starter
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Fixing wrecked bike

I have a bike that was recently wrecked, it supposedly doesn't need too much work, only a new subframe, and handlebars. Forks are fine and engine is fine. But im thinking between fixing up this one because it is the bike that my brother wrecked(hes fine btw) and its kinda sentimental, or buying a new one which would be around 4,000. Any opinions are welcome and would be much appreciated! thanks!
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I have a bike that was recently wrecked, it supposedly doesn't need too much work, only a new subframe, and handlebars. Forks are fine and engine is fine. But im thinking between fixing up this one because it is the bike that my brother wrecked(hes fine btw) and its kinda sentimental, or buying a new one which would be around 4,000. Any opinions are welcome and would be much appreciated! thanks!


It would be a good idea to price around for parts. If it will cheaper to fix the bike, than keep it. If it will cost more, than it will be best to sale it and get another one. I buy my bikes crash and fix them to be used. You save a lot of money. Get a good repair manual and have fun. Good luck.
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