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  • New to forum wanted to share some MIG projects

    I just joined up for some advice on my new-to-me 180SD, thought i would share some of my MIG projects

    Did a 4 1/2' X 8' trailer for my uncle used a stripped down mercury villager rear axle 3300lbs rated!, I swear you could park a tank in this thing frame is 3"x3"x1/8' square tubing! (i think i over designed it a lil)

    My Go-kart for some fun! used a 11hp honda, comet torq-a-verter series 40 primary drive and a #60 chain final drive, hydraulic disc brake mercedes benz caliper and toyota hi-lux clutch master for the brake master. Thing is soo much fun!
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    Last edited by Garage guy chris; 04-11-2008, 02:52 AM.
    Garage Guy Chris
    equipment:
    -Miller matic 210 w/ spoolgun
    -Syncrowave 180SD

  • #2
    Put a little shovel in front of that thing and LET R RIP!!!!!!!!!!
    I'm not late...
    I'm just on Hawaiian Time

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    • #3
      Real nice..

      Very cool. Keep the photos coming! And remember as a welder, nothing is overbuilt, unless it won't fall down.

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      • #4
        I could get into some serious trouble with that Kart!
        Proud owner of a MM180!

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