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Old 01-15-2013, 04:51 PM   #1
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Where do go for welding?

Hey guys,

I'm thinking about getting a set of Kenny Brown jacking rails and am wondering...If I did, where would I take it to have them welded on? A speed shop? Machine shop? I'm used to doing things I can do myself, outside of using a machine shop to press out suspension bushings a time or two.

And if anyone knows of a good place in DFW, do tell!
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I would say a machine shop you probably will find a better welder there
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If you go to a speed/performance shop that does customizing, they're usually good and pay attention to looks (if they do show cars, they can't do crappy welds). Just take a look at some of their work on the lifts they're currently working on and it will tell you a lot.
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If you go to a speed/performance shop that does customizing, they're usually good and pay attention to looks (if they do show cars, they can't do crappy welds). Just take a look at some of their work on the lifts they're currently working on and it will tell you a lot.
Agreed, a body shop would be a good place also. Just make sure the welds don't look like a mud dobber took a *****.
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most high school welding teachers can help you for pretty cheap
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