I show how to roll out a dent in steel bicycle frame tubes using frame blocks/tube blocks). This will not completely remove the dent, but will help make them smaller, and also reduce the high spots making the tube round. I will still need to fill in the remaining smaller dent. In the video I am rolling out dents in the top tube using 1" frame blocks. But you can roll out dents in the other tubes as well. Frame blocks are available in a variety of sizes 1", 1 1/8", 1 1/4". And even smaller sizes. I bought these aluminum blocks from Bicycle Research Tools. There are other brands available as well. Then can also be made from hardwood. Do not attempt this with frames other than steel (i.e. aluminum, titanium, etc).
I will fill the remaining dent with something like silver solder, Bondo, or JB Weld. Whatever I use will have to be compatible with the painting or powder coating process that I choose.
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