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waterwolff

aluminum welder

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waterwolff    0
waterwolff

Can anyone recommend someone to weld aluminum I broke part of my cavetation plate off the lower unit today after striking a log.
Thanks Mike

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joshmeyer    0
joshmeyer

where are you from? I can weld aluminum.

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irvingdog    0
irvingdog

Alumaloy! The stuff is nuts! Follow the direstions carefully, and you'll be amazed.

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#Boater#    0
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Irvingdog,
Do you know where I can get Alumaloy? I've seen it on the infomercial but have not seen it in stores.

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ScoutII    0
ScoutII

Try the Rental place on the west end of First Ave. in Shakopee.

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waterwolff    0
waterwolff

Thanks for the replys I have someone lined up.
Mike

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hawkeye43    2
hawkeye43

joshmeyer, Would you be able to weld a fishhouse frame 8x12??? I can cut and fit all the pieces of alumimum but need someone to weld it.

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Northlander    71
Northlander

Guys check out Jay Soderbloom in Cromwell. He does it all. www.soderbloom.com He also make some super nice icehouses. The Quickset and some smooth 1 and 2 man portables. I love mine.

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joshmeyer    0
joshmeyer

yes I can weld your fish house frame. If you don't already have the aluminum I can get some and cut it out for you too. Where are you from?

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Steve Bakken    0
Steve Bakken

Hey Joshmeyer, where are you from?

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Surface Tension    262
Surface Tension

A prop repair shop is you best bet.

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joshmeyer    0
joshmeyer

south of willmar about 1/2 an hour.And have access to a shop with everything you need.
e-mail me @ huntersandhounds@hotmail.com

thanks

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Eric Wettschreck    0
Eric Wettschreck

not trying to jump into Joshmeyers action, but I weld aluminum all the time also. Anyone else need some welded up, drop me a line.

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Steve Bakken    0
Steve Bakken

Wilmar is probably a bit far for me, but I'm sure I can probably send some customers your way from time to time. What I'm looking for is someone near our shop to sublet work to ocasionally.

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Steve @ Bakken's Boat Shop www.bakkensboatshop.com

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MrSenarighi    0
MrSenarighi

My brother can weld aluminum, steel, or anything else so if you or anyone else needs anything done email me at asenarighi@centennialmtg.com

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hawkeye43    2
hawkeye43

anyone closer to waterville or new prague????

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Eric Wettschreck    0
Eric Wettschreck

I don't know where Waterville is, but I'm just a little south of Slayton. boilerguy_1@yahoo.com.

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rockhardinmn    0
rockhardinmn

you can Also Contact Empire Sports In Clearwater . He Had Some Slide Rails for my sleds welded up this winter .

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ScoutII    0
ScoutII

There is a guy named Dave Nelson, lives in Prior Lake that does portable welding on Aluminun. If you want more info e-mail dariks@hotmail.com.

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waterwolff    0
waterwolff

Well just to let you all know I had Bob Weinzierl in Shakopee weld the cavitation plate back on and you cant even tell it was ever damaged he did an excellent job at a resonable price I would highly recommend him to anyone.
Thanks Mike.

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