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Looks like a 70s/80s single-speed bike, or possibly a 3 speed rear internally geared hub. Will be a steel frame and forks. Those brake calipers look somewhat flimsy, and the plastic saddle is definitely non-original, possibly from a BMX or kids bike. Its also possible it was a derailleur bike in the past but has had parts changed. Unless you know its ...


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Generally you'd take the fender off a bike, put it on an anvil, find the right place on the horn of the anvil that matches the radius of the curve, and bang out the ding. Then you'd buff out any scratches or rechrome it. (this anvil's horn is upward curving, you'd want one with a downward curve that matches your fender angle more). You don't need a big ...


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That looks as though it was chrome plated after it was welded together, which means cleaning it up so you can safely weld it again is going to be tedious. You'll need to clean the chrome off anything that will get hot, and afterwards painting it will not look that great. It would probably be cheaper to build a new rack. One repair option that occurs to me ...


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I think its totally fixable. I know of metalworkers who would relish the two-part challenge of this. how to fix it how to make it better than new Downside - it won't be cheap. You're probably looking at a sandblast to clean all the chrome off, to make welding work better. Then the metal worker would either tack weld it together and weld on some ...



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