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Old 04-16-2016, 06:11 AM
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American Ironhorse frame

Does anyone know what kind of steel my American Ironhorse frame is made of ? I have a bracket that needs repaired.
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You could just call them and ask.

Probably A36. DOM tubing.
You would need to know if it is chromoly.
It would still require the same welding filler ER70s-2.
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what a relief for this poor guy. i'm sure he's been checking this thread religiously for two years for the suggestion to call the manufacturer.
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I'm guessing OP got his answer, about 2 years ago. American IronHorse Motorcycles of Huntsville is about this only bit of the old AIH dealer network that's left.
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