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OnLine Metals

I go here for small pieces that are difficult to find elsewhere. Like for a 0.25" thick x 3"W x 12" length of 316 stainless for a water jacket cover....

And, they have the best legal disclaimer I've had the pleasure of reading!
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Will take note of that website
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I bought some SS for my rudder rebuild from Online Metals.

The metal appears to be what I ordered, but you cant tell what the actual composition is, of course. They delivered the SS marked 316/316L. I wated 316L but that is the best they can do. It was also marked India.

In typing about my project online, many guys recommended online metals.
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I ordered my stainless for new chainplates from them. The metal was marked properly(316 Blah Blah...) and came with certification paper from a plant in Taiwan.

I have a friend who owns a machine shop and he uses them a lot.

All good dealing with them.

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+1, Bought some small stuff from them for things like chainplate reinforcement.
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