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  • Jim-TX
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    King is good. Order the printed catalog. It has a few items in it that don't show up online unless you have the part # for them first.

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  • deafman
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    try to avoid the Aluminum castings

    The iron castings like the grapes, trees, points are ok. The aluminum castings are another story. If dropped 2 feet some of them will break in 3 pcs and don't even try welding them back together. They also won't flex at all, they will just snap. The steel fittings, like pipe elbows and rails, are good quality steel.
    Last edited by deafman; 02-12-2008, 10:39 AM. Reason: spelling

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  • tacmig
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    Me too!

    The LA store is about an hour and half drive for me and I've done business with these guys for a long time. Tons of goodies for us gate and rail guys!

    TacMig

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  • dabar39
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    Bob, I've been using them for years. They are one top notch company to deal with. Dave

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  • Looking for architectural metal parts, look here!

    I just got a flyer from
    http://www.kingmetals.com/ and they have lots of fancy parts for your projects plus do custom plasma cutting. Just thought i would pass it on...Bob
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