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    Which metal/alloy would be the least prone to bending to use as an angle brace on each end of the ride plate?

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    6061- T6 Aluminum is more than up to the task.
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    I use 2025 structural channel. Unfortunately a 3' stick is $80. But Im still one the first one :-)
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    Any pics Widowmaker?

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