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Thread: AAA Quench Oil

  1. #1
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    AAA Quench Oil

    Hi guys can anyone help me find a distributor for park AAA Quench Oil I don't need more than a 5gal. bucket. I'm in the Portland Oregon area something local would be great but don't think I'll get that lucky


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    hey lyman what up? Good luck finding some AAA I have looked around without much luck. I did buy some McMaster-carr Quenching oil the 11 sec. and has worked great on the 5160,1075/1085 and 52100. those are to only steels I have worked with.....steve I am guessing you were at the abs school?

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    You may have emailed me already... I can get you some #50 or AAA. Email or PM me, thanks.

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    Patriqq

    Could you do us Dogs a favor and post your pricing structure for the oil and shipping here ?

    I can find it but am sure many don't know the info exists or where to look for it.

    Proper quench tank and oil are nearing the top of my priority list so I'm hoping to place an order for some #50 soon

    Thanks alot, Josh
    Check out the pics in my profile album *UPDATED 6/2011*
    ~ABS Apprentice smith~

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    I found the beginnings of my quench tank a few weeks ago. I had read a WIP on a forum (I think it was BF) where a guy had used a 25mm ammo can to build a quench tank with a circulation pump and heater. I came across a 25mm a few days ago and made sure that it found its way back to my shop for safe keeping. I'm sure I will keep it much safer than the ammo point would have.

    I'll be needing some oil pretty soon as well.
    Last edited by murphda2; 01-09-2010 at 02:37 PM.
    Murph


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    Murph,

    Since I think I know who made the tank your thinking of I thought I throw this link up for ya. In case you wanted ideas for your ammo can.

    http://www.dave-larsen.com/StuffbyDa...n/Quench1.html

    -Josh
    Check out the pics in my profile album *UPDATED 6/2011*
    ~ABS Apprentice smith~

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    Thanks Josh
    Murph


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    Its $120 for #50, $100 for AAA. Plus UPS shipping (44lbs from 19118) plus $15 repackaging (waived if you pickup). I do one order per month, pdf attached.

    thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Josh Dabney View Post
    Patriqq

    Could you do us Dogs a favor and post your pricing structure for the oil and shipping here ?

    I can find it but am sure many don't know the info exists or where to look for it.

    Proper quench tank and oil are nearing the top of my priority list so I'm hoping to place an order for some #50 soon

    Thanks alot, Josh
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Hey lyman , Patriqq is the way to go , i got 5 gallons from him about 1 1/2 months ago . Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Randall View Post
    I am guessing you were at the abs school?
    yup that was me 2thumbsas it happens I was talking to burt foster the other day and he recommended the AAA for what I'm working with the same as what we used at the school 1084 and 5160
    Its good to run into you here thanks for the recommendation its good to have options

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