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Old 03-27-2019, 02:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Andy from Sandy View Post
Heating it up with an electric paint stripper might soften it up.
I'd try a propane torch, since you are probably planning on painting the frame anyway. Just be prepared to douse a few flames.
 
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I actually thought about setting it on fire...lol
is that a bad thing?
 
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Originally Posted by Saig55 View Post
I actually thought about setting it on fire...lol
is that a bad thing?
That's perfectly normal.

When that thought pops into your head, walk away, grab a cold beer (maybe more than one), and think about how awesome the "finished" bike is gonna be.
 
 


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