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You don't! for an anvil to be any good it should be made of carbon steel and be tempered. the process requires a very good workshop with some heavy kit and a group of people who know what they are at. Having said that an anvil is just something hard and big to bash on, go to your local scrap yard and get a big lump of steel off a digger or something and custom the shape to what you want, make sure it has a flat side to bash on and set it into somethin very solid. A post anvil is easiest, a very big old sledge hammer head set into a steel pipe and in a hole full of concrete is a very serviceable tool, but since you can buy an old anvil for less than £100 you could save a lot of work, the cheaper ones usually need the top re-grinding to flat, dont worry about it lkosing it's temper, a grinder will not heat it up enough.
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Be sure it is the gas ram and not the cast aluminium anvil which the gas ram pushes against. The symtoms are similar
This 'L' shaped casting snapped in half on our Quinny Buzz and I managed to repair it by taking the whole centre hinge apart, drilling out the pin which holds one half of the aluminium anvil in place and removing this striaght piece of the anvil.
To repair I first glued the two parts together with araldite then held them in the vice whilst drilling through both pieces to a depth of about an inch with a 4mm tapping size drill. Then seperate the two parts, tap the shank out 4mm and drill the right angled bit 4mm clearance. Reconnect the two parts using a 4mm steel screw and some 'locktight'. Replace the anvil in its slot and replace the holding pin securing with araldite.
Reassemble the whole shooting match and it works ( well ours did....and still does!)
This seems to be a common problem but I could not find any spares. Also the holding pin for the anvil is not made to come out hence having to drill it out. So I doubt if any spares are available anyway.
Not easy and you need a few engineering tools to do the job. But much cheaper than a new frame assembly.