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  • #16
    Lot of good ideas here. I will let you kow what I end up doing and post a pic.

    I almost lost my new welder to the storm here two days ago. Water over the back ditch came up the yard and into my shed. I happened to go out and see my Miller about 1/2" above the water. I managed to get it jacked up. That would have ruined my day.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by purplewg View Post
      Lot of good ideas here. I will let you kow what I end up doing and post a pic.

      I almost lost my new welder to the storm here two days ago. Water over the back ditch came up the yard and into my shed. I happened to go out and see my Miller about 1/2" above the water. I managed to get it jacked up. That would have ruined my day.
      Bummer dude
      It would be nice tho if you would go into your user profile and put in your location so maybe we might know what storm you're even talking about, and while yer at it you could put up you signature and that way we could know what welder you have

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