Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Washington, the state
Take parts off until you find exactly what is bent. If the rear subframe is actually tweaked, I'd rather find a good used one from a bike with a front crash than try to straighten yours. Parts don't usually get exactly straight, and often the straightening weakens them.
In any case, I'd be surprised of it was the frame, but find out for sure.
---I just read shelby's posting. Maybe it straightens OK---if it doesn't, just find a good replacement.
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