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Does anyone know of a good shop in the Denver metro area that can weld sliders on? Thanks
 

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HOW can probably take care of ya..... and you can have the satisfaction of workin on your truck yourself....
 

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Hanksville Hot Rods does excellent work, if you don't take advantage of a HOW.
 

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Bring it up to the HOW North, (119 and I-25) (PM me to set up a time) or the Charity Wrench-a-thon this Sunday June 28th in colorado springs!

http://www.ttora.com/forum/showthread.php?t=134057
i'd highly recommend one of these two options. cheaper (you'll have to contribute something at least to cover supplies. i'm sure beer and food are always welcome also :D), and like previously stated you get the added value of working on your truck yourself.
 

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Thanks for all of your replies. Maybe I'm a newb, but what is a HOW?
 

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House Of Wrenching. Place people work on thier rigs.
 

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Yup, it's a CoTTORA thing. We have a few H.O.W's... ne in South Denver, our House in Longmont, and one in Loveland... ;)

If you wanted them welded this sunday at the charity wrench-a-thon (Which would be like a 60 donation - same as a HOW - I'll need your full name and DOB ASAP, as I have to turn in the list for peeps to get on the Air Forcve Base. Heck send me that info any way so you are on the list and can come if you decide to! email me a molly(dot)houck (at) gmail.com
 

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Damn, I just saw the big STICKY at the top of the page. Thanks. I won't have the sliders for a couple of days at least, so I don't think I'll be able to take advantage this time.
 
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