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i have some thick walled steel tubing for sale



they are about 8 feet long and i have about 25 of them....im sellin them for $25 obo a piece
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Maybe some other dimensions? Width/square size and approximate wall thickness?
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looks like 2inch 3/16thick, kinda pricey though
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location?
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yea i live in mooresville, NC an ill drop the price to like 17 a piece and ill get some dimmentions after i get out of school today
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Do you do any fab work?
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i could but i dont have the right tools for fabwork....i only have a welder and some grinders and stuff i dont have the tubing benders for fab work
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OK. I'm looking for someone local to make me a set of sliders.
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well the steel that i have would be great for sliders cus they are amazingly strong and will practically hold a ranger up
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They'd also work well for a cool rear bumper. I'll have to think on that one. Probably no chance of ship though right
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yea it would cost a forture to ship it cus of the weight
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