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Old 11-22-2006, 09:35 AM   #1
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I just got my 4x Innovations sliders, they look great, probably look a lot better once they are welded on. Anyone know of a reputable welding shop in town, or if the classes in welding at the community college are any good (I would prefer to learn, but kind of want to get these sliders on before next spring.)

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Thanks for all the replies If someone is ever doing a search and they find this thread, if you want to learn how to weld go to CCSN, they have a great MiG welding course, from what I hear...I will be going next semester so will let you know for sure.
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