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3/13/2009 9:00 PM

Is 6061-T6 Aluminum Stronger Than 7075 Aluminum?
Or Is 7075 Aluminum Stronger Than 6061-T6 Aluminum?
PLEASE HELP!

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WILBERT HERNANDEZ...

3/13/2009 9:03 PM

6061 is a little softer and has a lower tensile strength compared to 7075.

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3/13/2009 9:04 PM

7075 is harder.

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FI

3/13/2009 9:06 PM

7075=boss
6061=poo
jk but pretty much it, i had a 6000 sprocket and it wore down so fast compared to my 7000, i'm only buying 7000 now, i have the 7005 primo rim and it's boss

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3/13/2009 9:14 PM

Yea, it just depends what it's being used for and it might be worth using one metal over the other. 7075 is going to cost a lot more from a manufacturer's point of view and might be too stiff for some applications.

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3/13/2009 9:16 PM

FlowsSlow184 wrote:

Yea, it just depends what it's being used for and it might be worth using one metal over the other. 7075 is going to cost a lot more from a manufacturer's point of view and might be too stiff for some applications.

It's for Sprocket Use...

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WILBERT HERNANDEZ...

3/13/2009 9:20 PM

7075 for sure

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3/13/2009 9:23 PM

FlowsSlow184 wrote:

Yea, it just depends what it's being used for and it might be worth using one metal over the other. 7075 is going to cost a lot more from a manufacturer's point of view and might be too stiff for some applications.

wilbertice10 wrote:

It's for Sprocket Use...

Hell yea. I've had my Tree sprocket for years and that thing is in great shape.

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3/13/2009 9:23 PM

FlowsSlow184 wrote:

6061 is a little softer and has a lower tensile strength compared to 7075.

What is Tensile Strenght?

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WILBERT HERNANDEZ...

3/14/2009 7:07 AM

BUMP

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WILBERT HERNANDEZ...

3/14/2009 9:36 AM

dont rust

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