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Old 09-05-2013, 05:00 PM
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Looking for somebody to do some welding on cmi headers in the northeast new york, new jersey area or anywhere else..
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What do you need done? I have a guy in Rhode Island that does a lot of aluminum and stainless work for me.
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Old 09-05-2013, 07:21 PM
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Talk to Mark @ LI Propeller. He repairs cmi's and also repaired a crack that I got in a brand new emi thunder stainless riser with less than 2 hrs. running time on it . His number is 631-345-6295 and he is on long island in new york.
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Originally Posted by 47 lightning
Looking for somebody to do some welding on cmi headers in the northeast new york, new jersey area or anywhere else..
Did you get them fixed yet? Im in East Northport i have done them before. Pm me if i can help.
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I use the guy 14 apache he is very good has fixed many sets for me as well as other friends. This guy can weld anything fixes skegs on #6 can't tell when he is done.
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can these headers be welded with any certainty that they will not fail again? I was told by someone with tons of experience Im wasting my time
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All headers for boats are a bad design, one pipe is 1000deg the outer pipe is 100deg and they are welded together. The welds will fail over time. Keep in mind what are your options sell headers every 2 years and buy new? The best set up is a cast manifold, if the can make good power.
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