Sending out pipe for repair

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buellfire
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Sending out pipe for repair

Post by buellfire » 09:46 pm Jun 15 2019

Hi all,
Thinking about sending my Pro Circuit polished pipe out for dent repair. You have you used? Was it worth it? I have found a few companies that clean pipes up and their dent work looks good. My bike still run great just thinking about cleaning it up abit.

RC_ichard
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Re: Sending out pipe for repair

Post by RC_ichard » 02:31 pm Jun 16 2019

How much are they charging for the dent repair work?

Also are the dents large and sweeping dents or those tight deep ones with a crease in the bottom? The first type are easier to work with, but if you have a crease to work out your going to have some trouble getting it out of there. Also, will it need any welds?

I only paid about $150 for my FMF Gnarly Woods pipe shipped to my door... depending on what they will charge you + shipping both ways, it may be worth it to just buy a new pipe and scrap the old one on ebay for whatever you can get out of it.

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Re: Sending out pipe for repair

Post by Vossman » 05:03 pm Jun 19 2019

Pacific Crest Pipe Repair is a good option I hear. It’s about $60.

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