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It could be worse, if you destroyed a plastic Husky subframe you'd be up for $700, who knows maybe the plastic subframe would have survived cartwheeling down the hill.

The good thing about the plastic subframe is that they flex & there a 3 piece, so you just replace that part that breaks.

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Bending by laying the bike on ground and chocking the frame appropriately and then standing / jumping on it will be much easier than tieing to a trailer and a length of pipe!  I'd bend up the old one while awaiting delivery of the new! 

I'm in Bali for the week otherwise I would give it a go.

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