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Hi all. This is happening with some Indian motorcycles in MX. Do you have similar issues in the US?
My “Sweet Caroline” has no issues so far but this situation starts to happens to some folks .
Thanks for your comments.


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FAKE NEWS PLEASE STOP

These pictures are from a bike that was wrecked years ago!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yes when some of the bikes got into a serious crash the frame breaks just like everything else.
 

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This is a known fraud image that gets passed around. That bike was involved in a bad accident and that gooseneck is part of a cast frame that will shear under heavy impact. I believe that bike was wrecked in the USA. My advice? Ignore most social media.
 
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JB Weld ?
NO... Use THIS :
 

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Glade you guys are bringing out the truth. I am really happy with my 2020 Scout 60 Bobber. Everyone else likes it too I get nice bike comments everywhere I go.
 

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This fake stuff goes around more than a carousel ride
 
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Do you know how I can delete the post?


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In the old online forum format you could, with this new format I don't think you can other than edit and delete photos. Maybe Hink or someone else knows more. No worries, it'll die if there's no further replies.
 

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Hink can delete this thread if he wants too...
 
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You need PC-7 and FiberFix to fix that wreck. Be good as new when done. :rolleyes:
 
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