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Old 08-25-2003, 04:25 PM   #1
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same as above? is it ok to have TI hinge pins and AL a arms??
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Hey I'm not totally sure, but I'm pretty sure that zinc and aluminum do bond together. But I think you should be ok with titanium and aluminum. Why not put a small thin plastic washer in between them if you are worried?
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thanks

can anyone confirm the 2 metals thats bond together???
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yes it will work, they wont bond together.
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since your father is a machinist, which metal is stronger?
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titanium for sure...
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sry, left the forums for some time... Yes Titanium Definately
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