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  • #46
    Originally posted by Daniel View Post
    Pass-an-gas. Very nice truck bed there budy. I can see why you want it made out of Aluminium, need as light as possible pulling that kind of trailer.
    I will take a "Real" metal bed over a light weight aluminum bed any day..This is a two ton work truck.

    If all I was doing was pulling a trailer it might be a different story the 3 bolt holes on the rear of the corners is for the bolt on tail roll, the 1/2" plate up front is for the 15K hydraulic winch.. The 3" square holes (now covered) is for the winch poles.. show me an aluminum bed I can do that to..
    Steve

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    • #47
      I welded up an armature for the camel I made out of polystyrene foam.





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          • #50
            Very cool work Pro
            Rick

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            • #51
              wow. that is awesome. never thought id say a camel is awesome but man nice work.

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              • #52
                Thanks Rick & Spence. It was a fun project.

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                • #53
                  here is a log splitter we modified with a hydraulic lift. its missing the tongs and plumbing in the pics but you can get the idea. stupid me never took any final pics when it was all done.
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                  • #54
                    Finally built my first cart, take a look

                    It is sturdy and holds everything
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                    • #55
                      Wow

                      Thats a nice camel. Did you do all of it yourself?

                      I stink when it comes to artistic stuff. Carving / forming the foam would be far beyond me.

                      Good job
                      Will

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by pro70z28 View Post
                        Thanks Rick & Spence. It was a fun project.
                        I just realized that you're the same guy as on the Vectric site. I have Aspire also . Great program. Your camel came out great.
                        Nick
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                        • #57
                          Thanks travlinbumm & Nick. Yup, one in the same. Aspire sure is fun software.
                          Last edited by pro70z28; 01-06-2010, 07:51 AM.

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                          • #58
                            dining table
                            http://www.flickr.com/photos/weldhou...7622780753279/

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                            • #59
                              sweet table

                              There had to be some curvature in the roof, did you flatten it out in a press?

                              Table looks awesome, and the work in progress pics show great attention to detail. Nice work.
                              MnT

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by Pass-N-Gas View Post
                                I will take a "Real" metal bed over a light weight aluminum bed any day..This is a two ton work truck.

                                If all I was doing was pulling a trailer it might be a different story the 3 bolt holes on the rear of the corners is for the bolt on tail roll, the 1/2" plate up front is for the 15K hydraulic winch.. The 3" square holes (now covered) is for the winch poles.. show me an aluminum bed I can do that to..
                                Sorry there bud, First pic of the sides look very bright to me. Though it was aluminium, my bad.

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