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Fhajad 05-07-2013 01:26 PM

Local welding/repair shop?
 
Trying to find something in the mid-Indiana area that would be good for welding in a replacement floor pan on my Wrangler. Need a new floor pan so I can get new seat brackets so I can get new seats. It's kind of problematic.

Know anyone that does good work for decent money or any shops? I'm swinging and missing on finding anyone really.

grogie 05-08-2013 05:13 PM

I'd recommend Scott at Sunfire Off-road in Sunman. He's about an hour from you along I-74. (812) 623-3473

Warbossjerry 05-08-2013 07:20 PM

I have a friend that does repairs. I'll ask her if she welds too. She is very good with engine work.

Fhajad 05-10-2013 10:38 AM

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Originally Posted by grogie (Post 15407432)
I'd recommend Scott at Sunfire Off-road in Sunman. He's about an hour from you along I-74. (812) 623-3473

Cool I'll see what he'd charge, thanks!

Quote:

Originally Posted by Warbossjerry (Post 15408027)
I have a friend that does repairs. I'll ask her if she welds too. She is very good with engine work.

If she can weld in new floor pans in with no issues in terms of safety, let me know. Been holding off on getting this work done forever now.

Thanks!

idiot magnet 05-16-2013 11:38 PM

Remember the fuel lines are under the drivers side floor.
Ask what type of welding method they are going to use wether it's lap welded or butt welded. Lap is easy and you can see the overlapping after, then there is butt welding that is invisible after you are done grinding and flapping the welds. Just something to think about.

Warbossjerry 06-24-2013 01:50 PM

Gearhead Automotive - 317-244-4327


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