it seems like..unless you eliminate the reason you had trouble in the first place,hydraulics.it will reoccur.. seems like it would be subseptable(can any one understand that 5 dollar word sp)to the damage reoccuring in the same spot.
you should ask them if the car was in a wreck and bent .if you had then straighten it and then wrecked agin(just like the first wreck)would it be easier to bent the frame the second time?
you know you shouldpm show and go the have a body shop i bet they would know for sure.
YO I FEEL U IM RIDIN ON A BENT AND CRACKED FRAME BUT IT'S NOT WORTH TRYIN FIX IT I GOT NEW FRAME THATS GETTIN WRAPED THEM IM DOIN A FRAME OFF AND IT WILL BE DONE RITE AN DWONT WORRY ABOUT BENDING IT AGAIN :thumbsup:
Originally posted by juandik@Aug 2 2005, 03:44 PM you should ask them if the car was in a wreck and bent .if you had then straighten it and then wrecked agin(just like the first wreck)would it be easier to bent the frame the second time?
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