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on my way to London to do a quick repair job Don't let one of these ......truck: Don't let one of these ...... ...near your gatesbent gate: ...near your gates

topps35's picture

bad lorry drivers

How heartbreaking, still its one good thing about quality metalwork its infinately repairable, well most of the time anyway. We get a lot of work from the army who are continuously driving tanks into gates!
Michelle and Andy

Feral Metal's picture

Hope the repair went

Hope the repair went OK.
Giuseppe, do you still use your tongue as a heat seeker? Tried it once, never again,my hand shakes too much :)

Giusseppe's picture


lover, iron
toast in fondu,
tingle of tongue,
know what to do

Feral Metal's picture

Good reply G, that made me

Good reply G, that made me smile.

Giusseppe's picture

4.5 days .......

from this ........ready to unbendready to unbend
to this ......unbent gateunbent gate
working in the mud and rain for 4.5 days with nothing but a lever, a hammer, a wrench,grinder and welding set ....nice to be with an old friend of a gate from 17 years ago ....

Where to bend next ... www.metalgarden.ca

Rich Waugh's picture

Nice job on the repair,

Nice job on the repair, Giuseppe! Doesn't sound like it was a whole lot of fun, though. I hate working in mud, rain, snow or cold - that's why I live in the tropics. Just heat, more heat and sometimes, really high winds. :-)

Looks good!