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    Why can't all cast alum. weld this nice?
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  • #2
    nice job.

    marty
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    • #3
      Nice job. Every now and then you get some good stuff to weld...Bob
      Bob Wright

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      • #4
        Obviously that must have been some inexpensive, commonly-available part. Had it been rare or expensive, it'd never have come out so nicely, so easily...

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        • #5
          Looking good there.
          Regards, George

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          • #6
            MAC702
            Obviously that must have been some inexpensive, commonly-available part. Had it been rare or expensive, it'd never have come out so nicely, so easily...


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            • #7
              I think they were running board brackets. Probably came from Auto Zone or Wal Mart, had they come from anywhere else they probably wouldn't have welded.

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              • #8
                Done those exact welds before myself. As I remember mine welded nicly also...

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                • #9
                  pleasently surprised

                  The welds look nice and really clean. I dont know what the part is or how it broke, but my concern would be that it will break again unless reinforced w/ gussets, etc., especially if it broke under normal use. If something other than normal use happened, then it will probably hold. Once again, nice welds.

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                  • #10
                    Suprised

                    Very nice. Its sweet when you get a nice piece of cast aluminum. Usually the castings weld like they were made from old pop cans.

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