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  • It's the pits 2.

    I promise guys. I will have some pics up this weekend of my latest pits. I got sidetracked with having to go back to work again and the rain we had. I am also refurbishing my old utility trailer to be used for a welding trailer. I just started on it today. I hope to have it done before I go back to work again. I think my ideas for it are going to work out pretty good and I hope to have some pics of it as well.
    Bobcat 225
    Radnor o/a
    An assortment of
    other tools and toys.

    The one DANO!

  • #2
    get-r-dun
    ( i like pic's )

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    • #3
      Are you going to put up some pics?
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      • #4
        Let me see if I can get this to work.

        Ok. These are some shots of one built out of sixteen inch casing with ten inch wheels that I fabricated and a nine by sixteen diamond plate table. Hope ya like.
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        Last edited by Bigiron; 11-09-2009, 08:55 PM. Reason: Testing photo posting.
        Bobcat 225
        Radnor o/a
        An assortment of
        other tools and toys.

        The one DANO!

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        • #5
          More shots.

          Some more shots of the same pit.
          Attached Files
          Bobcat 225
          Radnor o/a
          An assortment of
          other tools and toys.

          The one DANO!

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          • #6
            The tailgater model.

            It's eighteen inches long. Straight ahead pit that u can chuck in the truck and go with.
            Attached Files
            Bobcat 225
            Radnor o/a
            An assortment of
            other tools and toys.

            The one DANO!

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            • #7
              The monster.

              It was made with twenty inch casing. It's a little over five feet long total, and nearly caused me to throw my back out when I went to set it on the wheel frame. The table is 18 x 24. My own personal pit so I did not bother with paint. I need to chop about six inches off the legs as well.
              Attached Files
              Bobcat 225
              Radnor o/a
              An assortment of
              other tools and toys.

              The one DANO!

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              • #8
                Another mini.

                Built this one in trade for a Dewalt chop saw from one of my old bosses. I am painting it soon.
                Attached Files
                Bobcat 225
                Radnor o/a
                An assortment of
                other tools and toys.

                The one DANO!

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                • #9
                  Cooked on the monster this evening.

                  Originally posted by Bigiron View Post
                  It was made with twenty inch casing. It's a little over five feet long total, and nearly caused me to throw my back out when I went to set it on the wheel frame. The table is 18 x 24. My own personal pit so I did not bother with paint. I need to chop about six inches off the legs as well.
                  It cooked a few steaks to perfection this evening. I am very pleased with the cooking results. Can't buy a steak like that at any restaraunt.
                  Bobcat 225
                  Radnor o/a
                  An assortment of
                  other tools and toys.

                  The one DANO!

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                  • #10
                    What are these going to be when they grow up? Just kidding, nice work...
                    Just because you have one, doesn't mean you have to act like one.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Bigiron View Post
                      It's eighteen inches long. Straight ahead pit that u can chuck in the truck and go with.
                      I sold the tailgater the other day. One fifty. The guy broke it in right away and cooked bacon on it.
                      Bobcat 225
                      Radnor o/a
                      An assortment of
                      other tools and toys.

                      The one DANO!

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