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    Senior Member HackAsaw's Avatar
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    ok, this is how they are finished





    I should clarify tig is best for this type of joint and the best procedure is to have very snug fit up

    do a autogenous (fusion only no filler) pass and then fill

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    hey hack, how close are you to NYC and do you feel like bunging and welding my frame (I will pay you of course).

    I had some local hack do my rearset mounts on my H1 (2002 R6 rearsets) and he welded electrical conduit to the outside of my frame tubed (crooked).
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    electrical conduit? God, don't you hate paying idiots for crap work?






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    well thanks for asking

    that sounds really scary........ if you are thru middle tn

    ring me up and I have a 15 room house across the street from my shop so it's not unusual for people like yourself to come hang out and get things done

    I'm reasonably tolerant of most people and have only denied a handful of really ickie people lodging or hanging out in the shop

    shops rocking today, have three in the galley rowing hard and I've even accidentally managed to get my meat hooks dirty



    I generally, not always though, make those bungs from 316, blast and buff the threads if threaded, and to date I've had no failures with any

    I did the bungs on one of my fbeds with an AC welder and those can really turn an otherwise nice guy into a real hater
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    oh and btw

    I'd be honored to do that for you

    thanks again

    today is SOB welding

    have a journeyman machinist in the shop and he's keeping me busy running stainless beads
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