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I am in need of a qick zap. :welder: I just got my frame re-enforcements in from Demello and need some assistance from someone who has a welder that could help me out this week.

I live in East Mesa (Guadalupe and Crismon) any help would be appreciated.
 

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Nothing quick about putting those on.

flyingwil said:
I am in need of a qick zap. :welder: I just got my frame re-enforcements in from Demello and need some assistance from someone who has a welder that could help me out this week.

I live in East Mesa (Guadalupe and Crismon) any help would be appreciated.
 

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TBob said:
Nothing quick about putting those on.
I am thinking of getting everything set up prior to getting it welded on.

  • Trimming the supports :saw:
  • Pre-grinding the frame
That way all I need is for some one to help :welder:

Wouldn't that make it semi -quick?
 

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Dave - 480-688-7602 if he doesn't answer just leave a message. If you did all the trimming and prepped the frame he could get it done nice and quick.
 

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No big deal just giving you a hard time. I saw your truck getting on the 202 last weekend. It seems anytime I see another cool Tacoma I'm in my Camry or Girlfriends 1/2 ton chevy, never in my truck.

That place looks good!

Good luck with the welder search if you have a welder I can weld it for you. But not this weekend I will be drinking heavily in Laughlin. I mean watching some great desert racing! Plus I can go everywhere with my media pass!!!!!!!!!!
 

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ya don't want to do it nice and quick - do only small runs at a time in different location of the plate - then go to the other side and do the same make sure things are semi-cool before repaetring the process. Remeber it's a frame your welding to.

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Dave - 480-688-7602 if he doesn't answer just leave a message. If you did all the trimming and prepped the frame he could get it done nice and quick.
 

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no if it is done right it takes time- you don't what to just zip it on see my post below.
Here are pics of what I mean
http://www.imagestation.com/album/index.html?id=2105009483&=guest


flyingwil said:
I am thinking of getting everything set up prior to getting it welded on.

  • Trimming the supports :saw:
  • Pre-grinding the frame
That way all I need is for some one to help :welder:

Wouldn't that make it semi -quick?
 
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