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Re: Cracked fork cbr 929 fire blade
My non welding knowledge opinion is that anything can be repaired. Aluminum is tricky though, but I would say it can be fixed. You could probably source a lower tube for cheap somewhere and rebuild it. It looks like there was a bolt straight through there? And the helicoil looks like its buggered up. You may have to load it all up with fill, drill, and retap the rearward portion.
I guess it depends on cost, available resources, and time.
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