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  • #16
    sound slike my uncle expect he would just be holding it!

    Inferno Forge

    Chris

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    • #17
      welcome, sorry to hear about the jerks taking your stuff.
      ya need one of them little yappy dog's. they make great alarms, got realy good hearing. that way you know they are there and you can chose the best way to deal with them. that is if they stay, most take off when the little yappers go off. a motion light goes a long way to stop them also. but you have quite a prize there in that trailor. i suspect they would see it werth a little extra risk.
      any how bummer on the missing stuff but welcome aboard.
      we have a few trailor makers here. if ya post the type ya need plans to you may well get just what ya need.
      thanks for the help
      ......or..........
      hope i helped
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      feel free to shoot me an e-mail direct i have time to chat. james@newyorkmetalart.com
      summer is here, plant a tree. if you don't have space or time to plant one sponsor some one else to plant one for you. a tree is an investment in our planet, help it out.
      JAMES

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      • #18
        That just plain sucks. I hate thieves. I am not sure if this has been posted earlier,but contact your local welding supply companys and tell them about your misfortune and provide serial #'s for your equipment. You never know if someone has a problem with it down the road they may take it them to have serviced. We frequently get calls from customers that have equipment stolen and we keep the model and S/N posted in our service department for this purpose. We have been able to recover machines on a couple of instances.

        I hope I'm not being to critical here, but I noticed in the photo you have your acetylene cylinder mounted horizontally. Thats a big no-no. Acetylene cylinders should be stored, transported and used in the upright position to prevent acetone from being withdrawn from the cylinder. Sorry I had to say it. I teach Oxy/Acety safety and am trained to spot things like this. Again sorry.
        Rich Ferguson
        Sales Technician
        Jackson Welding Supply Co.
        "Keep America Strong.....Weld It"
        www.jacksonweldingsupply.com

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        • #19
          Originally posted by jwsrep View Post
          I hope I'm not being to critical here, but I noticed in the photo you have your acetylene cylinder mounted horizontally. Thats a big no-no. Acetylene cylinders should be stored, transported and used in the upright position to prevent acetone from being withdrawn from the cylinder. Sorry I had to say it. I teach Oxy/Acety safety and am trained to spot things like this. Again sorry.
          Well I was going to ask if that was acetylene but the man just had his rig stolen and saying something now would be like asking a widow at her husbands funeral what she's gonna do with her husbands truck

          Sorry to hear about some deadbeat &&^%&^$$%^*)&)*(&)*(&%^$*%$R%&^(& stealing your rig (probably an illegal). The 2 main things I hate are a thief and a liar.
          Dewayne Sullivan
          Dixieland Welding
          Lewisburg, TN

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          • #20
            Thanks

            Thanks everyone for your replies, and your thoughts. I have already called all the welding shops around and let them know the ser#s. The trailer was/is a 12'X6' "Big Tex". I am also sure that it is long gone now. the picture is from a bad angle, the bottles are at about a 60 degree slant, however, I have been told I need to stand the Acety upright, thanks for the advice. The sad part is my truck was right there next to it and I have Disabled Veteran plates on it!! I will drop you a line fun4now about some plans.
            Again...thanks everyone.

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            • #21
              TopRet

              First off, welcome to the board. Sorry about your loss, I hate thieves. I build a few trailers now and again so if you need any help or advice I'd be happy to try and help you out.
              If necessity is the Mother of Invention, I must be the Father of Desperation!

              sigpicJohn Blewett III 10-22-73 to 8-16-07
              Another racing great gone but not to be forgotten.http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...modified&hl=en

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              • #22
                Thank you Dabar39. I'm just kind of looking for ideas now for a new trailer. Before I retired I had bought a 12X6 and just built the racks myself. Now, I guess I'll try and build a nice one, not that the other wasn't nice......any pics you, or anyone else might have you may email me direct at vernonjones@uwmail.com

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                • #23
                  TopRet,
                  Don't believe Dabar, he's awsome Like my neighbors dog telling my dog "yeah, I got a couple fleas..."
                  I'm not late...
                  I'm just on Hawaiian Time

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by littlefuzz View Post
                    Well I was going to ask if that was acetylene but the man just had his rig stolen and saying something now would be like asking a widow at her husbands funeral what she's gonna do with her husbands truck
                    littlefuz,
                    I got a pretty good chukcle out of that. I was trying to be as tactful as possible. I would hate to see the man redo his trailer and repeat it.
                    Rich Ferguson
                    Sales Technician
                    Jackson Welding Supply Co.
                    "Keep America Strong.....Weld It"
                    www.jacksonweldingsupply.com

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                    • #25
                      I won't do it again.......haha

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                      • #26
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                        Sorry to hear about your loss. Hopefully insurance will cover most of your stuff.

                        I would have figured an old devil dog would be sleeping with one eye open and an M9 under his pillow. Retirement changes us all, I guess.

                        Semper FI (from a squid)

                        Good Luck.

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                        • #27
                          haha

                          There is one under the bed......I just sleep a little harder now than I use to....
                          I am STILL waiting on the Ins though.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by TopRet View Post
                            There is one under the bed......I just sleep a little harder now than I use to....
                            I am STILL waiting on the Ins though.
                            That's good, you deserve to.

                            Good luck on in Insurance, you got USAA? They are generally pretty good on home claims.

                            You might want to post some pictures of your rig on other welding sites like
                            http://www.hobartwelders.com/mboard/...isplay.php?f=5
                            Last edited by COFBack; 08-02-2007, 08:47 AM. Reason: addition of info

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                            • #29
                              Well don't forget shop floor talk www.shopfloortalk.com
                              welding...its awsome

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                              • #30
                                I don't have USAA for our "HOME" as they don't do "FARM" policies. I'm STILL waiting on them. I'm sure it has crossed the border by now.

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