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Re: long needed seat time, gone wrong

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09-03-2013 18:28:54

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Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeYou didn't say whether radius arm was oval tube or I-beam. I have straightened the tubular with a hydraulic press, but if yours is bent so bad as to have a crease in it, that won't come out. Use wood block spreaders to prevent having the press put a crease in it.

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Dave in DE

09-03-2013 18:45:59

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 Re: long needed seat time, gone wrong in reply to JMOR, 09-03-2013 18:28:54  
JMOR it's the tube type and is not kinked just bowed over the full length. was thinking of taking it to a place in town that builds leaf springs and straitens axels.

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09-04-2013 04:47:38

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 Re: long needed seat time, gone wrong in reply to Dave in DE, 09-03-2013 18:45:59  
got a hyd jack, wood and chain?

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Dave in DE

09-04-2013 07:12:34

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 Re: long needed seat time, gone wrong in reply to soundguy, 09-04-2013 04:47:38  
Soundguy, thanks, had not thought to do that. that would be a very simple fix that would only take a few minutes to do. but was also not sure that it could be bent back without breaking it.

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09-04-2013 08:00:06

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 Re: long needed seat time, gone wrong in reply to Dave in DE, 09-04-2013 07:12:34  
they 'usually' repair ok if not creased.

bend back past true so that when it relaxes it will relaxe to 'true'.

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09-03-2013 19:29:45

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 Re: long needed seat time, gone wrong in reply to Dave in DE, 09-03-2013 18:45:59  
Thats the best way and worth the aggravation factor.

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