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Kevin,


Have you considered simply treating the existing bolts
as erection bolts, making them snug tight and field
welding the connections?

May be it is too expensive in USA.
In India it would be no big deal.
The contractor would welcome it.
Regards
Vish

(G Vishwanath, Bangalore, India)


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