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Old 09-26-2013, 11:27 PM   #1
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Welder in Tucson for dana 30 gussets?

I posted this in the SW forum but I guess I should've put it here.

So anyways, can anyone recommend a person or business to weld in gussets on a JK dana 30?

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I posted this in the SW forum but I guess I should've put it here.

So anyways, can anyone recommend a person or business to weld in gussets on a JK dana 30?

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Are you changing the ball joints as well? I've heard from two different places that if you buy new Synergy ball joints and install them at the same time they will charge the same 2 hours for doing the gussets and the ball joints. If they do just the gussets it still takes 2 hours of labor so they don't melt the teflon. Something to think about.

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Oh, good idea. Maybe I'll throw those in as well. So which shops in tucson were you considering for this?
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Oh, good idea. Maybe I'll throw those in as well. So which shops in tucson were you considering for this?
Sorry for the confusion, I'm in Albuquerque. If they remove the ball joints they can weld the gussets w/o stopping for the ball joints to cool. Then when the 'C's are nice and warm the ball joints are easier to install.
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Are you still looking for a place to do some welding? I have a friend that does a lot of great fabrication work. Tell him Tate with the GTO sent you his way.

Champ Performance & Fabrication LLC in Tucson, AZ 85705 - (520) 624-1775
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