JFYII know... stupid question... I dont have my book handy... parts department didnt know... service department didnt know...
I bent the peg back on my bike and it tore the weld that connected it to the frame.
If it's steel, it should be an easy weld...
If it's aluminum I'm gonna have to pay for some helium and tungsten to get it welded properly... and might end up just being better to replace that portion of the frame...
I noticed a magnet sticks to the frame so I want to say steel... but.... not positive.
That is wrong.Tungsten is used to heliark top grade steel.Like 4130 crome moly and stainless steel.
A 6061 grade of aluminum and argon is used to weld aluminum.
The average rate at a small welding shop should be around $65 to weld the rail,with out straightening it or re powder coating.
Elrod on the V-Rod:moped: