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  • #16
    The "rivets" and strapping are a nice touch. It really gives it a finished the look IMHO. Nice work

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    • #17
      No side door on the firebox, just 5 1" holes

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      • #18
        More yard art, and a different view of the orange flowers, I added some to the backside ( It kinda looked empty from my neighbors side of the fence)

        The orange flowers are 14ga formed over an old log ( Since I don't have an anvil yet )

        The yellow, pink, and green things will be in a group someday, with about 5-6 more, Hopefully with 1-2 taller than the green one ( It is only 12 ft tall ) They are made of 1/8" plate, they are all three sided, I like trying to bend the compound curves.

        The butterfly is 1/4" plate, cut with an oxy/propane torch ( Wish I had a Plasma ) Can't wait till tax refund time.

        Been cleaning the garage all day, looking through the junk piles for something else to build. Lots of junk to look at, I run a crane in a steel mill scrap yard, I see so much useable stuff, most of it ends up in the furnace.
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        • #19
          Oups, some of the pics are too big, I will try to resize them

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          • #21
            What was the BBQ originally made from?

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            • #22
              I used one 100lb propane tank, and two 20lb tanks

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              • #23
                Originally posted by bubba9459 View Post
                The rings were rolled in my homemade ring roller, which is still a work in progress.
                That I'd like to see! We have a couple of big ones at the shop but nothing small or garage sized.

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