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252 twin rack project

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  • 252 twin rack project

    started this last night,,,, its removable as well, mounts just like the original one

    i still need to cut the wheel axles to size, and tig it up, ill post some pictures after i get it done.

    going to add the pole and gun rack to it too.
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    Last edited by stugots; 05-02-2010, 06:28 AM.

  • #2
    more pictures
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    • #3
      looks good and you saved over $250


      • #4
        that was my big incentive, it only took one 2x4 sheet of 11 gauge, plus the pipe for the gun holder.

        i may have even improved on the design LOL

        ok,, im going to get back to work on it!


        • #5
          "Sister Sledge"

          Hey Stu: 1st pic of post #2 I see a 5# sledge, minus the handle

          Nice cart, think I'll build one for my MM 212. What's the other machine, another MIG?

          I see you're a USW. I was in Local 3-689 in Southern Ohio back in the early 70's (that's when they were OCAW).

          Are you going to make a holder for a spool gun? They want $95 for one new


          • #6
            yup,, i just got done with the wrap a round arm to hold the pole and a bracket that bolts to the bottom,, no pics yet,, i only stopped in for a break,

            im also using two of the curved bottle cut out scraps ,, for the two sides of the cable holder, so i dont even need to cut those,,, ill post some more pictures in a few hours

            ps: the other miller is a syncrowave 200, and i also have a thermal dynamics cutmaster 39
            Last edited by stugots; 05-02-2010, 10:52 AM.


            • #7
              ok its all done,,, just need to round some corners and tig it up...

              i used 22gauge for the cones,, this one holds 4 tools.
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              • #8
                one more shot
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                Last edited by stugots; 05-02-2010, 01:34 PM.


                • #9
                  ok its all painted,, and it only took a weekend to make
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                  Last edited by stugots; 05-04-2010, 08:32 AM.


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