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  1. Anonymous

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    'Was' a great frame, tight nose (recently serviced), arms are both clean - left arm is serialized PxxxxxxB. It had a screw stuck and I am guessing that during the service that the attempt to extract the screw left a stress fracture. I went to reassemble it and it fell apart on me, literally :eek: Right orbital, nose, arms, etc... all clean.

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    Dang I've never seen that happen on a X Metal before. I'm guessing this isn't easy to repair
     
  3. Anonymous

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    "stuff happens" - there are some folks around here who can appreciate 2 near perfect arms, one serialized, the nose, right orbital, etc... I'm just not one of them!
     
  4. Anonymous

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    hmmmm mission impossible style (romeo 1 with straight stems) plasma r1, with ice maybe?I would be interested in the arms if anyone needs a nosebridge!
     
  5. Anonymous

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    pm sent
     
  6. Anonymous

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    Xmetals are quite soft. You can bend it easily without too much effort.
     
  7. Anonymous

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    ...on the arms, towards the ends even more so...


    This break was at the edge of the left orbital - that took a little bit of elbow grease ;)
     
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    SPF
     
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    $OLD
     
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