Re: Unsiezing - Richard / Andrew

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Well..I took it into a motorcyclem machine shop. They said they could probably do it but they wouldn't guarantee that the parts would survive. They also required a minimum shop fee of $30 even though setup and the work would only be about 5 minutes. I sa the rig they would have used and I have a welder and a bunch of steel so I'm going to try and see what I can rig up. I think that I can get the same results as the shop, with the same guarantee for $30 less. I'll let you know how she works.

Richard

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  Unsiezing - Richard / AndrewTopic by: Jon Dalton Jon Dalton 06/13/02 12:38PM
  Re: Unsiezing - Richard / AndrewRe: Kevin Harrell Kevin Harrell 06/13/02 12:48PM
  Re: Unsiezing - Richard / AndrewRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 06/13/02 01:03PM
  Re: Unsiezing - Richard / AndrewRe: Jon Dalton Jon Dalton 06/14/02 10:59AM
  Re: Unsiezing - Richard / AndrewRe: Richard Richard 06/13/02 02:18PM
  Re: Unsiezing - Richard / AndrewRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 06/13/02 02:39PM
  Re: Unsiezing - Richard / AndrewRe: Richard Richard 06/14/02 08:02AM
  Re: Unsiezing - Richard / AndrewRe: Jon Dalton Jon Dalton 06/14/02 10:47AM
  Re: Unsiezing - Richard / AndrewRe: Richard Richard 06/16/02 01:19PM
  Re: Unsiezing - Richard / AndrewRe: Richard Richard 06/16/02 09:51PM

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