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Workshop: Gusseting a Frame

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      If you look at pic closely, you can see the frame has a slight twist in it. The handle bars have been leveled and now the motor is sitting higher on the right.
      When it is sitting on all 3 wheels, the front is then lower on the right.
      What I have done is already taken in to shop and heated and pulled the majority of the bend out, however, it doesn't quite straighten.
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      The difference is about an 1/8" off level at the top of steering tube with bare frame on table, but looks worse when sitting on all 3.
      Just looking for advise, before going any further.
      Thanks


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