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Old 01-27-2011, 04:47 AM
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calling metalwork lincolnites

anybody near lincoln have metal cutting tools and a grinder i could either borrow or exchange your service for maybe some beer or $? i have a welder and i'm going to be making a bumper i dont however have anything to cut the thickness of metal i'm going to use nor do i have a grinder that's worth a damn enough to do the work. anybody willing to help? either comment here or send me a pm

any help is appreciated greatly
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How thick of material are you going to be cutting Patrick?
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not entirely sure yet, probably 1/8" or somewhere around there, that'd be strong enough for a bumper right?
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not entirely sure yet, probably 1/8" or somewhere around there, that'd be strong enough for a bumper right?
Ive bought a few harbor freight cheapo grinders and cutting wheels they usually last about a year when being used only from time to time. They are like 10-20 bucks and the wheels are like 5-8 if i remember right. They worked fine for my 3/8th inch and slightly thicker motorcycle frames so it'd easily serve your bumper needs probably.
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