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Finally Finished 08 Dodge Rig

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  • Finally Finished 08 Dodge Rig

    It is on the road.
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  • #2
    That is one first class job!


    • #3

      Looks dang nice! I may have some questions for you later when I get started on mine. Very nice job


      • #4
        turned out very nice, I really like the color. Looks to nice to work off of.


        • #5
          nice. do you have any pictures of the front?


          • #6
            Very nice. I like the hinges you used for the doors. I have seen this type before. Where did you get them. Is there a specific name for this style? I'm making a tool box and this is the style of hinge. I would like to use this kind of hinge. Did you Line-X the top or Rhino lining, or similar?
            Last edited by terracon; 04-28-2009, 12:30 PM.


            • #7
              Nice job Finney.

              Now its time to make the truck pay for itself.

              I have the Pipe Pro on my truck that roars at 3600 RPM. When running 1/8" 7018 on the initial strike it will ramp up to max rpm but will then kick down.

              Its a little anoying and I can feel a slight difference when it kicks down.

              Your Vantage running at 1800 rpm would be nice machine to have as long as the arc is equal to the Pipe pro.


              • #8
                Yes see attached

                Hinges came from Northen Tool

                Portable Welder,
                Thanks for the kind words, I personaly would rather have the PipePro but the difference in price is too much. I am supposed to get a Pro 300 next month to try out. It is around the same price as the Vantage.
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