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    Dent in gt40 intake runner

    I need some ideas on how to fix this






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    Weld on a pull stick? Add a little heat to the tube to make it easier to pull out.
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    Dental the other runners so they all look uniform. J/k
    I agree with the above post.

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    @Loki-sc

    Jose has done a TON of aluminum welding for me in the past. He can fix this...

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    Scott @easystroke has a chemical bath he can put that in to clean it of all it's current paint and grimes. If you are using him at least that part would be done before the fix is applied and also that would help when the fix is applied since it will already be stripped.

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    That is if you are using Coatings by Coates...

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    Of course I am using Scott aka @easystroke







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    I have it up here at work right now. I am going to throw it in the parts cleaner and then use a wire wheel to clean up the really nasty stuff first then hand it off to Scott.







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    The facebook comments are hilarious!!!

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