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Frame Component
#1421198 Fri Aug 20 2021 01:42 AM
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Waveski Offline OP
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This should be easy -

Roughly midway in the frame of my '54 3100 is this reinforcement fitting. What is it for?
(Note - the frame is inverted , component is upside down...)

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Re: Frame Component
Waveski #1421214 Fri Aug 20 2021 04:04 AM
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The cross bar for the emergency brake goes through those bushings.


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