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Old 29 Jul 2013, 05:04 pm
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Default Honda accord 2000 Frame broken?

I hit a small curb at 40 MPH and it messed up my whole car. I had to buy new axel and 3 other parts. The main part I am looking for is the frame for the honda accord 2000. Is it hard to to find? My mechanic has had my car in the shop for 3 weeks and he cannot find the part. Is it hard to find a frame for this car in junkyards? (live in ohio)
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Old 29 Jul 2013, 05:16 pm
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I can't help you with the frame, but in my experience once the car's frame is damaged requiring major part replacement like welding new sections in place it'll likely always have minor problems due to other parts not fitting right.

Would it not be a better idea to get yourself another 2000 with a good body but worn engine/transmission etc that's real cheap and just swap your good mechanical parts into it.
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