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    I'm kinda proud of this weld.

    The part is a plate that goes under the leaf springs. Old part in the background.

    It's a 61 willy's station wagon getting Dana 44s

    Here are a few more pics:




  • #2
    WOW! As what device worked? Preliminary heated up a detail?
    I too love and I am proud of the work! Success. Move ahead.
    http://www.upit.ws/uploads/4e44269e6146f.JPG
    http://www.upit.ws/uploads/dcec8ef03b426.JPG
    http://www.upit.ws/uploads/69771199c3480.JPG

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    • #3
      What machine did you use to weld the shaft to the plate. Very nice looking weld. I'm proud for ya
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      • #4
        Thanks.

        Dynasty 200DX is the machine.

        Laywire, 1/8 wire, running hot.

        -James

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        • #5
          thats one purdy weld you got there! wish mine look like that!
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          • #6
            The weld in that first picture is honesty one of the best welds I have ever seen. Good job.
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