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Old 08-10-2016, 08:41 AM
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You could get the dent chopped out and a straight piece welded in. Its about $10 worth of ss304 plus the time to weld it in.
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It's not a dent, it's a manufactured indentation for clearance.
If you replace it with a straight section it will either rub or it will hang too low.
It's supposed to be like that and it's not harming performance.
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