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Turtlerider

Cant find a 12-15 wr header pipe anywhere

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Had a good dent put in my header pipe and i was trying to find a used stock one but i cant find this mystical piece anywhere at all. Anyone know why or have one they'd like to get off their hands?

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Not sure of the dent and all but I have froze out a few dents. You might also try one of the pipe repair company's.

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Had a good dent put in my header pipe and i was trying to find a used stock one but i cant find this mystical piece anywhere at all. Anyone know why or have one they'd like to get off their hands?

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Not sure of the dent and all but I have froze out a few dents. You might also try one of the pipe repair company's.

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Only pictures i have right now buts its pretty gnarly

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You should be able to freeze that 80-90% out. I froze out a dent about half that size in my 2012 header and it's like 98% gone.

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You should be able to freeze that 80-90% out. I froze out a dent about half that size in my 2012 header and it's like 98% gone.

How do you freeze out a dent?

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water

freezer

time

repeat as needed

So you fill the pipe with water and freeze it?

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If you stand the pipe up in the freezer, with the dent at the lowest point, you don't need to plug the pipe.

It usually takes two freeze /thaw sessions to work

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If you stand the pipe up in the freezer, with the dent at the lowest point, you don't need to plug the pipe.

It usually takes two freeze /thaw sessions to work

Fixed

Takes three freeze/thaw sessions.

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No prob, glad to get another rider back on the road. 

 

That freeze-thaw trick is pretty cool, will keep it in mind!

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