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Question to my Colorado compadres

Do you know of anyone in the Denver area that does good welding and would be able to do some welding/fix up for a JD1032 bucket? I have an arc welder but it's just a cheapie harbor freight thing and I haven't done any serious welding since my Jr. High shop days.
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I'm in Larkspur. Larkspur has a Facebook page with a file of businesses/services that people have used with good results (sort of an "Angie's List). I find 2 listings for welding (I haven't used either of them and no experience):
Classic Iron Works 720-333-6626
Colorado Custom Welding 303-596-2071

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Jack's Garage in Sedalia

7050 Peterson Rd
Sedalia, Colorado

(303) 791-9191

Talk to Patrick or Chance (Chance is the welder/fabricator)

Chance has done some work for me on my Ingersoll loader (bucket forklift brackets) and 3 point hitch weight box. Prices were very reasonable (in my opinion).
Last work they completed for me in April.






If you have any questions about them, send me a PM.
Of course, with this weather we've been having, you might use the lawn mower before the snowblower.

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That is PERFECT thank you! Sedalia is just a 15-20 min drive away for me.
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