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Old 06-25-2017, 09:58 AM
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Hey guys thank you for replying. Interesting! Would like to see video of the process. I don't have an arbor press but have a 5 ton kick press with 18 in throat.............................gears in my head are turning.

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Hey guys thank you for replying. Interesting! Would like to see video of the process. I don't have an arbor press but have a 5 ton kick press with 18 in throat.............................gears in my head are turning.

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Buy a Dvd here, https://gulleyperformancecenter.com/tooling-forming/ but the few pics on the linked page show the basics of the method.
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Thanks Cliffrod I have seen that process in person. When I have seen Bob doing it I was told it was just a stretching process. I would like to see the shrinking process.

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