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Old 15-04-2016, 06:08   #1
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Baltimore/Chesepeake Welder?

Can anyone recommend a good stainless welder for a gooseneck fitting in the Baltimore area? I don't need fancy work, it's not a fancy boat. Just strong and hopefully a reasonable price.

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Re: Baltimore/Chesepeake Welder?

Atlantic Spars in Deale, but you would have to bring it to them.
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Re: Baltimore/Chesepeake Welder?

Oddly their phone is out of service? Any other suggestions?

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