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Old 10-05-2013, 03:44 PM
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Amazing work as always.
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I have to ask, are you welding it or brazing it? It's looking real nice.
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hi thanks , its tig welded, abit tricky with the od of the ally and wall thickness, using a foot control for the amps
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Wish I had that ability(oh, the things you can build with a TIG). Can't wait to see it running.
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sweet cage!
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hi cheers ,

wide suspension for the sand, 50mm wider
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