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New oxy torch set up, need ideas on cart..

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  • New oxy torch set up, need ideas on cart..

    My last set was stolen, but finally managed to get another set.

    Bought the Victor Super range, looks to be a good deal for the money so far.

    Anyhow, What does everyone do for the cart, Would like something clean and neat.

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    I thought this one was very cool. I want to build it but just haven't gotten around to digging up the material. It looks very stable and super handy to have the reel on it.

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    • #3
      That one is nice..

      I do alot of aluminum, was thinking of doing some cool version of a cart. It won't see any abuse, just light duty work.

      The reel would be nice, but a bit overkill for me.

      Keep em coming.

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        Here is mine. It is made from scrap from the iron reserve (iron pile). The wheels are from an old grain drill and work well on or off the concrete.
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        • #5
          I needed one when I needed one, whipped this up. Has caster wheels on the front. I like Tom's buggy there, one of the nicest I have seen.
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          Last edited by Sberry; 03-20-2010, 07:05 AM.

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          • #6
            Hey Checkered Flag,
            Here's an aluminum one I made from residual leftovers from work. This one I keep in the shop & have a similar one in the mobile unit. 1.5" sq tubing, piece of al. d/plate for the bin for the torch parts, & a piece of al. perf for the base. the wheels are from a wheelchair.

            Denny
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            • #7
              Looks good.

              I wound up getting a handtruch that I have already started modifying, will post some pics up when done.

              Coming along good. Wanted to do it from AL but just need something for now..

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