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Old 01-11-2013, 11:17 AM   #11
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BTW, I live up in the Duarte hills, right at the top of the 605, so if you ever need any tools, machine work, ...etc, just hit me up.
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BTW, I live up in the Duarte hills, right at the top of the 605, so if you ever need any tools, machine work, ...etc, just hit me up.
sounds good! can you weld? I need a downpipe made to finish my project.
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Yessir! I don't have a tig though, so stainless is pretty tough to do. I've built whole systems from scratch, and I normally use oxy/aceteline torch and welding stick so I can do it on the car. I have a really nice mig welder, but it works best on slightly heavier gauge material.

Hit me up if you wanna swing by to check it out.
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