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Offline WH_Conley

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Re: I BET!
« Reply #20 on: February 09, 2007, 03:10:09 AM »
I have been accused of being a welder a time or two, don't know if it means anything or not, pretty sure Arky's Gorilla weld will hold for a while. Maybe a couple of years  ;D. Maybe the fix aint perminant, might last long enough that nobody will care. I am not critizing the professional opinions expressed before on this thread, might be a bandaid, if the bandaid lasts half as long as the original I would consider it a good repair.

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« Reply #21 on: February 09, 2007, 10:03:08 AM »
LT40HDD51, don't get me wrong i was not getting down on WM i love my 70 i was just speaking of welding in general 8)

No worries  ;D. I know what you mean.

...if the bandaid lasts half as long as the original I would consider it a good repair.

Right on, me too. I've been known to goober something back up on occasion  :D. Lots of times you have no other choice. Gorilla weld  :D. I like that  ;D.
The name's Ian. Been a sawyer for 6 years professionally, Dad bought his first mill in '84, I was 2 years old :). Factory trained service tech. as well... Happy to help any way I can...

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