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Old September 11th, 2007, 08:21 PM   #69
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Originally Posted by liv2mx View Post
i told him. withers steel told him that was super strong?? alot of these people dont relize the shock on these big rigs when your hitting stuff..thats what is good about this. get real world opinions instead of a brochure..
the main difference is that 7075 is a much harder aluminum. 6061 is a good balance of weldable and machinable. 7075 gives up on weldability and gains more strength. It machines like a quality steel (not hot rolled or 1018 cold rolled) as where 6061 machines like "aluminum" as soon as you put a tool/tap into the two materials the charicteristics (sp?) are night and day.

6061 will work, just make sure you have a coarse thread.
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