|08-08-2012, 01:21 PM||#1|
Joined: Sep 2005
Location: Eastern Washington, USA
Can anybody suggest a welder in the Spokane area?
I'm installing a Scotts damper on my KTM and am looking for a welder to mount the post to the frame. It's not a big job but the post needs to align with the steering head angle and I'd like a clean weld.
So far a lazy search has only found shops that give a less than confidence inspiring "Uh ya, I think we could probably do that." sort of response.
|08-08-2012, 02:30 PM||#3|
Runs at Mouth Adventurer
Joined: Dec 2004
Location: Spokane, WA USA
I use this shop often, and they have been excellent - they are on Freya a few blocks south of Francis, east of Market. They really know how to make a beautiful bead. I recently had them weld a resonator onto a stainless exhaust system.
OTH you really need to get the parts set up for welding - they are not really a custom fabrication shop, they just weld stuff. They can clean off the parts if needed, but there shouldn't be a lot of fiddley stuff for them to do, or it can end up costing you. Labor is money.
Cash or check, I don't believe they accept plastic.
Home Page: http://www.spokanister.net
|08-09-2012, 03:52 PM||#5|
Just passing thru
Joined: Jul 2005
Location: Moscow, Idaho
I think I used Bills Welding years ago, on the race car, and was satisfied. Good welds at a reasonable price.
I use T-2 these days. Fabrication and welding. Currently 12 welders. They had a TIG specialist on staff last time I was there.
They are honest. If they can't get at it, they will refer you to a GOOD welder.
Tell'um Dick, thetourist, sent you.
On the very north end of Pines. about two blocks north of Trent on Pines.
The gate guard glares at me. "It's after curfew." He looks me up and down, "What do you think you are, some kind of ****** tourist?" ..Phu Loi 1969
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