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Old 07-07-2009, 10:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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how much work to attach a dm3 frame to my viking

I have an extra hybrid 50/50 frame I was thinking would be really comfortable on my viking. Any thoughts or hints on the task ahead are very much appreciated
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K & P Customs is the best place for that kind of mod. Ken other than doing great work, has already done something similar, like putting a UL frame on a DM3. for price, i have no clue what the guess is, but Ken is very reasonable and a great price for the work involved.
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dm3 frames are a little more difficult to mount that dm4+ frames due to the fact that the microswitch is mounted to the board instead of the frame itself. i made a dummy board out of some aluminum sheet in order to mount the switch for the toxic frame i put on my excalibur. other than that you just need to relocate the front screw hole.
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