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CoalCracker

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I'm in the midst of welding up a new stand and have a space that is 7x15 inches. I would like to fill that gap with some SS diamond plate. Wondering if anyone has any they would like to get rid of for cheap.
 

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I can't help directly but my local Home Depot sells it and it is very reasonably priced. Not sure about pricing in your area but I would think it would roughly be the same.
 

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I'm going to the scrap yard in the morning, I think there might be some in the bin.

If I can find a small piece I'll ship it to you for whatever it costs me.
 
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Wow thanks guys. I'll go with aluminum then. I just heard that it doesn't always hold up well. It won't hit any heat and shouldn't touch wort unless I have a spill. Should be ok.
 
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Aluminum won't hold up well to heavy foot traffic or any vehicle traffic. However, I don't know of too many homebrew rigs with a catwalk. It'll probably be just fine.
 

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Yuri_Rage said:
Aluminum won't hold up well to heavy foot traffic or any vehicle traffic. However, I don't know of too many homebrew rigs with a catwalk. It'll probably be just fine.
Next mission? Build a HB rig with a catwalk...
 

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