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Old 08-08-2017, 10:49 PM
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Many time Super Stock Champion Bobby Warren used to give his sheetmetal a "Carolina Salt Bath".....I think you get the idea. I've often wondered just how much weight is saved by acid dipping. I've seen roofs buckle, 1/4 panels damn near fall off, all kinds of stuff over the years. My class racing years are long behind me and my need for "bending" or "stretching" the rules is also a thing of the past. I'd rather my cars look good and be a tenth slower.
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Old 08-09-2017, 05:30 PM
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The 67 Super Stock car I have had the front end and decklid acid dipped. It was not treated correctly and rusted out. I had guys tell me that Paul Blevins car was not properly treatext and the tail pan went on it.
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