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Old 10-13-2010, 08:04 PM
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I was wondering if anyone in the south sound area has a plasma cutter or oxy/acetylene torch. I have a set of ramps that I need to cut on to make them more usable for my trailer. For reference, the ramps are 2 feet wide; 10 feet long; and weigh 200+ pounds each.

I can bring them to your location if it's within a decent drive from Tacoma.
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Old 10-13-2010, 10:26 PM
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I did know someone in the Kent area. That really doesn't help you now.
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I was wondering if anyone in the south sound area has a plasma cutter or oxy/acetylene torch. I have a set of ramps that I need to cut on to make them more usable for my trailer. For reference, the ramps are 2 feet wide; 10 feet long; and weigh 200+ pounds each.

I can bring them to your location if it's within a decent drive from Tacoma.

I know this is 6 months old,


but, did you get this taken care of?
if you wanna come up to Bremerton, I've got a guy that I'd use.
his name is Darin at m2autoworks.com - Home
great fabricator.

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