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Welding spiders in a 14b SF

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by crawlink5, May 7, 2004.

  1. crawlink5

    crawlink5 1/2 ton status

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    Will this hold up as well as in the FF?
     
  2. DougK20

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    Mine didn't. But, you may have better luck. Ended up having to get a Detroit in the end anyway. I should have just done that first rather than waste my time & money on welding. But, like I say, you may have better luck. /forums/images/graemlins/dunno.gif
     
  3. rcurrier44

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    waste my time & money on welding.

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    I could see the time thing...took me a couple of hours to get everything cleaned up and all; but money? Wire and gas doesn't cost that much.

    Mines holding up just fine. Been about 8 months.
     
  4. crawlink5

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    This is going to be in a buggy from a 79 4x4 truck. offroad only so I don't want to spend money. Just a toy.

    Thanks
     
  5. spoolnaround

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    I dont drive mine much on the street but it has held up so far, been a year and a half. I cant say as much for my drive shaft though, I turned it into a pretzel on Tues.
     

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