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  • Lets see some projects, any

    This forum is getting a little bored these days. I'd like to see some of the recent project you guys did lately. it can be practical or decorative from home or on the job.
    With a little explaination of what was it about and why.
    Of coarse I'll start this one.
    This was a flat deck we put on our new delivery truck. Nothing fancy, it has to be stong enough to carry a load of bottles up right in the front and some heavy equipment parts and loads of steel.
    The frame is 5"x3"x3/8" with 3" channel cross member sitting on 6" channel
    deck is 6" t&g pressure treated Fir. The back end was form by our local A.J. Forsyth.
    My part in it was building the headach rack.

    Now come on dont be shy lets see those project can be as small as fixing the grand son tricycle and big as fixing the Hoover Dam
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    Bumper

    This is a bumper I made for a Dodge 2500 diesel sport. Made out of 2" sch-40 Bolted to the front frame, where it goes in the light holes there is a little brace 1 1/4" x 3/16 bolted to the end cap and to the frame.
    The guy came back to the shop and told me that he already hit a small deer on the corner " lucky " and no damages.
    Took about 7 hours total. Bill was around $700.00.
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    Last edited by Daniel; 12-20-2009, 06:20 PM.

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    • #3
      Stock Rack- 1"x1" Angle

      This one is for use at my Photo Studio



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      • #4
        Very nice, I wish my garage would be as big as yours.
        This is looking very square.
        Got another project broccoli
        Last edited by Daniel; 12-20-2009, 04:53 PM.

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        • #5
          From now on guys take pics of all your projects. Maybe even walkthrough pics, this is what people like to see on the web. You get ideas from great minds from all parts of the world.
          Last edited by Daniel; 12-20-2009, 05:04 PM.

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          • #6
            retoration dune buggy

            Hy Daniel, it's a good idee to share are project, regardless of the size of the project, and it's fun and nice to have feedback from other.
            It's a good looking and solid flat bed this frame Daniel, nice

            Me a restore a Dune buggy 14 years ago, and it was my first time a touch a welder and it was whit a 225 lincoln whit 7018 rod. A learn that whit a dune buggy, you have to be able to weld so a few reparation after each run and build a nice bumper to protect the motor, brand new that a also rebuilt, 1600cc volkwagen. Such a nice years a live at this time.
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            • #7
              Did these arch in-fill panels. installed them last week.
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              • #8
                Ricau I'm glad you posted, if there's one person I want to see projects from is you, With your experience in manufacturing and all the project you've done I want to see more...
                And I beleive you with welding on a frame with 7018 you got to have talent

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by ricksidebottom View Post
                  Did these arch in-fill panels. installed them last week.
                  This is beautifull Rick. Nice workmanship, looks good. You've got to have more.
                  Keep them coming

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ricksidebottom View Post
                    Did these arch in-fill panels. installed them last week.
                    I have to say too, roll cage are very hard to do and this look good.
                    Last edited by Daniel; 12-20-2009, 06:12 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Daniel View Post
                      This is a bumper I made for a Dodge 2500 diesel sport. Made out of 2" sch-40 Bolted to the front frame, where it goes in the light holes there is a little brace 1 1/4" x 3/16 bolted to the end cap and to the frame.
                      The guy came back to the shop and told me that he already hit a small deer on the corner and no damages.
                      Took about 7 hours total. Bill was around $700.00.
                      A like the way you fitting it in to the fog ligth spot

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                      • #12
                        Thank you, It was important to the customer.

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                        • #13
                          Did this easel earlier this year. Put a family portrait on it.

                          All forged and oil finished.
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                          Last edited by ricksidebottom; 12-20-2009, 06:41 PM.

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                          • #14
                            frame for EMPACT of box

                            This was one project this years and it was whit this extra stainless steel material that a made my welding cart

                            tank's Daniel for your last posted for my dune buggy bumper, it make me feel good.
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                            • #15
                              Man that's a lot of work, How do you do it without the magnet square.

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