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Old 02-22-2005, 08:19 PM
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Pipe bending

Right now Im stationed in NC but I come home about every month or so, so I hoope yall dont mind that I post a few of my ???s here every now and then. Does anyone know of a place around there that bends 4" exhaust pipe? I have heard of a truck stop in wheeling that does it but I was hoping for somewhere a little closer to Clarksburg/Fairmont.
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I don't know of a shop in the Charleston area but one of the many shops may be able to do 4".
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that is going to be a tough one -- i used to work at an exhuast shop we could do 3" -- i ve called all around clarksburg weston fairmont and even the truck chrome shop at dallas pike (near wheeling) and nobody can do it. dallas pike said maybe wheeling spring but he didnt think so -- good luck let us know if you find someone
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The chrome shop at dallas pike was the one I heard could do it. DARN.
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Find an electrical contractor that has a power conduit bender. Those things can make bends that look like mandrel bent tubing with the right guy running it.
Watched a guy doing work at the Federal Correctional Institution in Morgantown doing some 6" EMT. My mouth was watering thinking about custom 6" stacks on my truck.
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Ive been searching all week in NC and WV but still no luck. I havent tried an electrical contractor yet. I didnt want to do any stacks on this thing but I think it just may be alot easier. Ill have to try a few more places first. I dont know anyone in the electrical buisness so Im not sure if any of them would even want to work with me on something like this.
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Dave, what is it that you do? Your name sounds really familiar.
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I could not find a shop in the Charleston area but that does not mean someone can't do that size.
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I am a heavy equipment operator right now. I have also driven trucks, electrical contractor, general contractor, residential contractor, built computers, installed computer networks, farmer, sold cars, photographer, mechanic, Autocad drafting, ran a bar, work for the railroad, smoke the neighborhood up with my diesel Ford and ride drag bikes. That is all I can think of right now, but there is more.

I have been to NC many times and have lived all over the USA.

And I guess I better get to sleep, I gotta go plow snow in about 3 hours. We are finally getting some snow.
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think I'll head to medabrook (spelling) mall an do some donuts, maybe chase the snow plow around lol
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Old 03-03-2005, 10:17 PM
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Be carefull, the snow plows may chase back, they out number you, and you may need a shovel to leave the mall.

Click the image to open in full size.

A very large shovel.

Messing with snowplows can be bad for your back if you make them mad.

But then when there are people like this driving them, it is no wonder things like that happen.

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It might be me....LMAO
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LMAO, i like that pic, i started to come up and see what was going on, but figured id better let you all do your job ;p
the diesel is just about ready to hit the road, hopefully in a week or 2. i'll have to come find you and let you check it out ;p
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was ya plowing snow all night Dave ? ;p
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We started at 3:00 AM on some other lots, then went to the mall at 4:30 AM and finished there at noon. Then I hit a couple of other lots and was done by 3:00 PM.

Never know when we have to plow, depends mostly on when the storm hits and how much snow we get or are expecting.

Give me a call and I will come down to see the new beast. We can just have another meet and eat by ourselves again.
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sounds good to me, soon as i finish this customers nissan up should be next week, had to do a body & suspension lift on it. a header, a few performance addons. scarey thing is he is putting this much money in the truck. and the drivers side window is held up by a screw driver, the rear brake line is blocked off, the wipers and park lights dont work.

and he doesnt want any of that stuff fixxed LOL
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