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#806606 04/25/20 1:42 am
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I'm getting ready to repair the side stand and the lug that it bolts to and the center stand on my 72 T120RV. It will require some welding and I know they must be treated differently.

1968 T120R
1972 T120RV
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Still I’ve welded on both with MIG and it welds very nicely.

Life is stressful enough without getting upset over the little things...

Now lets all have a beer!

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