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Old 04-10-2013, 06:54 PM
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Seems like an awful lot of work that could be better spent on your other projects. Why don't you either bend flat bar with two holes in the ends into a U with legs, another plate with matching holes and use bolts. Or, and an even better idea I think, is to bend plain hot rolled round bar 3/8" and weld studs cut from your all thread onto the sides. You would be done a heck of a lot quicker and it would be stronger to boot! If you saved time here you could even fire up your GoTorch and cut out the end plates.
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