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  • show us your repair work

    we all love completing a job and saying 'i build that' the next best thing is to say 'that wouldnt be working if it wasnt for me'

    so come on post your pics up of your repair work you have done

    please keep chat to a min and include details in your pics

  • #2
    Antenna brackets. Made from 1" and 3/8" plate. 1 1/4" Holes bored in my lathe and welded with my MM185 w/CO2 and Inweld Dual Shield .035 fluxcore wire...Bob

    http://www.inweldcorporation.com/datasheets/E71T-1.pdf
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    • #3
      My Craftsmen saw had a broken cast aluminum/? base that was broken for years. I NEVER though it would be repaired but the MM140 made it possible.

      Not purdee but it works.







      Last edited by Johnny; 04-12-2009, 06:26 AM.

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      • #4
        Farm machinery axle repair. Before and after.
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        • #5
          bucket repair

          Bucket reheel off a Cat 320.About 10 years ago if i remember correctly.
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          • #6
            This is a piece from a chiropractor table. I guess my sister was in to see the doc the other day, and he told her "hey, this is the table Josh fixed for me!"

            It's cast aluminum. It looked to have been "fixed" once before, but just by a bead laid around the outside of the crack. I grooved out all the junk and filled it back in with the good stuff.

            Before:





            There was also a crack in another part that I fixed:



            In all of it's completed glory



            There are a few more pics here...excuse the pic quality, I've learned a lot about taking pics since then!
            http://www.flickr.com/photos/browndo...7605186668067/
            Last edited by jdustu; 04-12-2009, 12:44 PM.

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