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willieG

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Re: I love my shaver 165 and all the holes
« Reply #30 on: December 24, 2013, 04:09:29 PM »

from what I see it's not the pipe that's the problem it's the flat plate on the bottom.Merry Christmas
if you are willing to pay you can buy high grade plate....if you drive down the highways and look at the overpasses as you go under them you will see very few are painted, they are made from a high grade steel that will rust on the surface and not go any deeper (or at least will not deteriate at a very fast pace)  if you were to wire brush this surface rust off to bare metal it will rust again. i am not a metalurgist (if that is even the right spelling) but  i have installed these bridges here in canada and they must be welded with a much different rod than normal mild steel and preheating to drive the moisture from the steel is a must. i am sure this would be a good material to use for a stove but the cost would not likley be affordable to most of us.
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Re: I love my shaver 165 and all the holes
« Reply #31 on: February 25, 2017, 07:31:28 PM »

Well...it has come time to replace the bottom of my shaver!!!

All of the pictures have been removed, so if anybody has them I would appreciate seeing them.

Thanks
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Re: I love my shaver 165 and all the holes
« Reply #32 on: February 25, 2017, 08:14:27 PM »

Well...it has come time to replace the bottom of my shaver!!!

All of the pictures have been removed, so if anybody has them I would appreciate seeing them.

Thanks

Unless the owner of the original pictures reposts them they are gone.  :-\ Just like the message says, they were deleted for space when they didnít have any room left
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