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Old 07-12-2008, 07:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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7075 link help please

I'm gathering up parts for a new build and have searched and seen enough to know I'm going to go with 2" 7075 links. What I can't seem to find is info on different tempers. My local supplier has 2" for a good price but only in T7351. How does this compare with T6 or does it not make any difference?
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Bent on DIY???? because Summit Machine sells very nice links, already done.

Not really an answer I guess. Sorry!
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I do links as well 7075 t-6. PM me a measurement and what you want them tapped and I will shot a price. I would not use anything except 7075 t-6.
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Bent on DIY????
I have the advantage of machining being free and I can get a 12' stick to my door for $250
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great site, one of many I came across and from what I can figure there are minor differences in the treating processes of T6xx and T7xx. It would seem that it would work good for links, just wondering if anyone has used it or knows for sure.
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this site explains the treating process for aluminium.
http://www.alro.com/Catalog.cfm
check pages236 and 267

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