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Frame is bent. Have someone to fix it but need

Frame is bent. Have someone to fix it but need measurement from bottom shock mount to top shock mount.

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Motorcycle frames are not usually repaired. They are replaced, most makers do not publish specs for their frames. Sorry.

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