Aluminum drums

JAMCAR223

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Jun 6, 2014
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I have a few aluminum drums that are out of spec. I'm curious what he charges to reline.
 

RegalX78

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Nov 17, 2020
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The guy is pretty old school, call him on the phone.

Don't quote me on this... but if I recall correctly he said he'd give me $60 a drum for a core, but the new drums were around $250 ea.... that was probably a year ago.
 

PBGBodyFan

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Mar 3, 2009
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He got back to me, $300 per drum and about a 5 week turnaround. Knew it wouldn’t be cheap but wasn’t expecting that.
 
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bracketchev1221

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Jan 18, 2018
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He got back to me, $300 per drum and about a 5 week turnaround. Knew it wouldn’t be cheap but wasn’t expecting that.
SCREW DAT!!!! The weight savings isn't worth it. You can put a hydraulic roller cam in and make more power to overcome the weight.
 
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pagrunt

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Sep 14, 2014
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I'm glad I found a set of good used ones for about $40 less than 10 years ago. Did a fresh cut to ensure they were round & good to go.
 
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JAMCAR223

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Jun 6, 2014
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Houston, TX.
:wtf:Looks like I will be making Clocks out of mine, lol
 
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