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Old 12-21-2006, 05:57 PM
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russlaferrera - thanks for that tip. Should be able to use a variance of that on several other types of jobs.
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That's definately a very cool way to disassemble your exhaust. Brilliant!
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Did you weld the nut to the back of the angle iron or did you use that as the nut to turn? I would think you could do it either way.
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Did you weld the nut to the back of the angle iron or did you use that as the nut to turn? I would think you could do it either way.
I chose to weld the nut to the back of the angle iron - it makes for a less sloppy fit as it would tend to wander- and yes, it should work as you suggested.
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I would think it would be better welded too. Nice DIY tool.
You guys come up with some great ideas. Good team effort.
Now I have another thing to build.
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