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Has this ever happened to any of you?

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well..the very day i bought the bike which is 1 mth ago,i noticed i hairline crack on the frame bracket connecting to the subframe..few days riding on the roads,it broke...i did welded back the parts...but it broke again after last sat i did a little mudfest with some local riders...

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this was shot the very day i collected the bike...

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in the process of getting it welded back on..

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last photo is after it is being done...doesnt look pretty..but better than nothing...:thumbsup:

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here's some of photos during the mudfest since its been raining the whole day..

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Wow, that is a mudfest!!! I'm surprised you could kickstand your bikes.

Bummer on the crack:foul: , hope it holds.

Rman....

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bike has'nt got any problem with starting either...

few hours ago,my rear shock is peeing oil...:cheers:

shiit....my conclusion for the cause is maybe the sat mudfest,after the framebracket broke,all the load has been transfered to the rear shock...so today,must be my lucky day...:busted::thumbsup: :thumbsup:

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you probably got mud/grit past the wiper seal and it is holding open the rod seal or worse it damaged the rod seal...if it were me I would rebuild it but if you dont want to, try pulling up the bump cap and getting any grit/grime out of the seal head...its worth a try.

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thanks dude...i thk i'm gonna rebuilt it...all the oil is out...now no compression of the rear shock...:thumbsup:

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