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This is a discussion on *** The TRAIN! *** within the AAG Archives forums, part of the Off - Topic / Discussion forums category; Originally Posted by jad628 x2, but I think we've escalated from talking to slinging. Only Spaz...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jad628 View Post
    x2, but I think we've escalated from talking to slinging.
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    Quote Originally Posted by transamprincess98 View Post
    I am pretty sure Shady is trying to find a shop to weld them in for him
    I don't doubt that, but what I'm saying is that when it isn't an "everyday" part that a shop sees, some instructions will make it easier for them to decide if they will do it. Most probably won't because of all the horror stories that we've heard about incorrect installation. Something that involves a weld ought to be very clear and concise about how - and where - to weld it. I don't have SFC's so I don't know IF they include instructions for installation, but knowing about other parts.......

    A prime example is a thermostat. Some come with a gasket or o-ring, some don't, and most COULD have the gasket installed on either side although only one way is correct. Nowhere in the box or on it, do most say how to do it. That's BS. A simple job that most anyone could do, but if they don't pay attention removing the old one, they might end up guessing about the gasket. No reason for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jad628 View Post
    I don't doubt that, but what I'm saying is that when it isn't an "everyday" part that a shop sees, some instructions will make it easier for them to decide if they will do it. Most probably won't because of all the horror stories that we've heard about incorrect installation. Something that involves a weld ought to be very clear and concise about how - and where - to weld it. I don't have SFC's so I don't know IF they include instructions for installation, but knowing about other parts.
    My shop would do it if we were slow. The only thing we dislike about it is that we didn't sell the parts and make money on that too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jad628 View Post
    I don't doubt that, but what I'm saying is that when it isn't an "everyday" part that a shop sees, some instructions will make it easier for them to decide if they will do it. Most probably won't because of all the horror stories that we've heard about incorrect installation. Something that involves a weld ought to be very clear and concise about how - and where - to weld it. I don't have SFC's so I don't know IF they include instructions for installation, but knowing about other parts.
    when i took mine to the shop to have them weld them in me and bubba sat there and decided what way we were gonna out them thar things up in there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    trying to find a place to install my sfcs
    ususally under the car is the best place to install them, Shady...

    i havent heard of to many success stories having them installed elsewhere...

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    My SFCs were actually very easy to install. Only took about 1 1/2 to weld in and install properly then another 30 mins to clean up, spray paint etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by transamprincess98 View Post
    I am pretty sure Shady is trying to find a shop to weld them in for him

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiggyZ View Post
    The train is for anything and everything. Even talks of welding in SFCs. I think I'll stay.
    Personally, I have this ONE gray nasal hair that I can't get with normal trimming. Oh, what to do?!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jad628 View Post
    Personally, I have this ONE gray nasal hair that I can't get with normal trimming. Oh, what to do?!!
    burn it out!......

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    Quote Originally Posted by jad628 View Post
    I don't doubt that, but what I'm saying is that when it isn't an "everyday" part that a shop sees, some instructions will make it easier for them to decide if they will do it. Most probably won't because of all the horror stories that we've heard about incorrect installation. Something that involves a weld ought to be very clear and concise about how - and where - to weld it. I don't have SFC's so I don't know IF they include instructions for installation, but knowing about other parts.......

    A prime example is a thermostat. Some come with a gasket or o-ring, some don't, and most COULD have the gasket installed on either side although only one way is correct. Nowhere in the box or on it, do most say how to do it. That's BS. A simple job that most anyone could do, but if they don't pay attention removing the old one, they might end up guessing about the gasket. No reason for that.
    they do

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    Quote Originally Posted by astyles View Post
    burn it out!......

    Will you demonstrate the technique on yourself first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSwt00SS View Post
    ususally under the car is the best place to install them, Shady...

    i havent heard of to many success stories having them installed elsewhere...
    like my ballz brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    they do

    Well, I guess you're screwed until you find a shop that has someone who can friggin' read. Or is the shit in French or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jad628 View Post
    Well, I guess you're screwed until you find a shop that has someone who can friggin' read. Or is the shit in French or something?
    thats what i dont understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    like my ballz brian
    no i will not LIKE your ballz Shady...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jad628 View Post
    Will you demonstrate the technique on yourself first?
    sorry none of mine are grey .....yet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    thats what i dont understand.
    Sounds like you have some lazy-assed shops in your area who don't want to do low-cost jobs.

    Look for a welder who seems like he's starving. I betcha get 'em on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSwt00SS View Post
    ususally under the car is the best place to install them, Shady...

    i havent heard of to many success stories having them installed elsewhere...
    yes... but weld them so they stick out of the side... then pop peoples tire on the highway!!!

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