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Old 26-04-2010, 05:27 PM   #11
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Have you thought about buying a new narrowed beam? Professionally done instead of paying out for a beam that you have no idea of the quality of welding?
yes i have and would do so but unfortunately its all down to money , or lack of it .need to do it as cheap as possible thats why i wondered if someone who has done one before could help me do mine .
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yes i have and would do so but unfortunately its all down to money , or lack of it .need to do it as cheap as possible thats why i wondered if someone who has done one before could help me do mine .
What about buying a narrowed new beam and selling your stock beam on here to recoup some of the cash? Alternatively put a swap thread on here between your stock beam and narrowed beam, that way no cash is involved. There's load of people on here wanting to return a narrowed bug to stock, worth a try?
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There's load of people on here wanting to return a narrowed bug to stock, worth a try?
Is there?
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Well one or two or at least people wanting to go back to stock height.
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