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    Default Having an air tight arch front fabricated

    Was wondering if anyone has made their own or had a air tight arch front made for an older style arch with a cast front? I know Leader makes and sells them but they seem super expensive for what you get. I have a local metal fab shop that does excellent work and would think they would be able to make one if I took the old cast arch front to them to use as a basic pattern. Thoughts on this?
    Clay Stroup
    Stroup's Sugar Bush
    Almont, MI

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    thats what i did Clay, i took mine to Yale Steel, they did it for 1/2 of what leader wanted
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