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Old 12-24-2013, 05:26 PM   #21
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Yeah, I had some trouble fitting the new metal to the contours of the floor a month ago, that was pretty tough to get it flush. But you're right, I think it is doable!
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all it needs to be is down enough to fit the hole for the cable, you could make a triangle shape with a vise and a hammer and weld the hole side on. that would be easier than trying to recreate the curve
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Yeah by no means will it look like the original, it'll be pretty rough-looking. But functional
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its not something you would see normally and solid is better than soft
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