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    Now that i see these pics i must agree they look very strong,now i have no reservations about these risers being anything but top notch product,thanks for the pics.

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    One more pic from HawgEnvy ...Only allowed 5 per post.

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    A bit small. Like to see larger photo's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destroyer View Post
    A bit small. Like to see larger photo's.
    We'll give her a try...3 pc riser 5rz.jpg3 pc.riser 4rz.jpg3pc. riser 3rz.jpg3pc riser 2 rz.jpg3 pc riser 1rz.jpg

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    Much better. Cheers CJ!

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    It looks like they bolt they riser together and then do a final sanding to smooth the joint.
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    in the 2nd pic from bottom in the above post,it looks as though it was welded then smoothed over. If I still had my angle grinder and flap disc I could get that even more smooth. Hopefully,that won't show in the powdercoating. It wasn't noticeable w the dip. There are also sharp ridges and burrs on the cut-outs that could be removed w a dremel and grinding stone. I may go over it thouroughly before sending it off. I had planned on having it done already(p-coat),but can't decide on a color.

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    I don't think they would bolt it and weld it. If they were going thru the effort to weld they would only do that as the bolts wouldn't give any real advantage. Alignment pins would be sufficient.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HawgEnvy View Post
    in the 2nd pic from bottom in the above post,it looks as though it was welded then smoothed over. If I still had my angle grinder and flap disc I could get that even more smooth. Hopefully,that won't show in the powdercoating. It wasn't noticeable w the dip. There are also sharp ridges and burrs on the cut-outs that could be removed w a dremel and grinding stone. I may go over it thouroughly before sending it off.
    I can almost guarantee that those grind marks will show through. Had a camo Shadowcat that I stripped and then had pc'd semi gloss black and those same marks showed through. I had the guy redo it in a flat black pc and it turned out much better. Probably better off to spend a little time and get those smoothed out. Spiker can probably give a little better input on it though.

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    The riser is pretty rough in places.

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