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Old 11-30-2010, 11:36:07 PM
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Does anyone now where I can get cast iron like to make 8'' flywheels and to make cyl.about 2''x12'' for a model engine .Think you Jerry B
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Mcmaster has really nice cast iron disks and rods. I think it is extruded cast. It is really a dream to machine.
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I agree!

Try McMaster. Great industrial supplier!

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