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Old February 28th, 2012, 02:27 PM   #13 (permalink)
ricach
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Well, plumbers use a cast iron ladle [I have one] to pour the melted lead into the seams of cast iron sewer pipe. I guess yo could melt and pour from that if you had one. What if your wood ignites from the hot lead is my question.

You could use 1" re-bar cut into pieces inserted into the edges a covered filled over etc. Easy to find cheap too. It has raised ridges so the interference fit may be a bit easier to insert... maybe....
I ruled out rebar mainly because I have no way to cut it. As for the molten lead and wood? Guess I would test it first maybe on the inside rout. I don't expect it go up in flames right off, but if it starts to smolder, it could pose a problem.
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