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Old March 26th, 2015, 04:59 AM   #93
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Default Re: Effigy's history

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Originally Posted by DrHax View Post
If you have a way to heat it up ( it isn't stainless right ) then just heat it up a bit a point and gently use a apply pressure to bend it (Ratchet strap works wonders!) I'm wondering what welding processes they used. Looks like mig on the parts that attach to the head the rest seems to be tig? Or is a mixture? I think heat is your only option. I'd refrain from beating on it with a hammer.
It is stainless, i didn't want it rusting to shit in a couple of years..
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