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    Just wondering if anyone has any plans for reels or wants to post some pics of theres.

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    Originally posted by AmericanWelder View Post
    Just wondering if anyone has any plans for reels or wants to post some pics of theres.
    here are the pix's of my, I made then my self, the 002 are the rolls, the 004 is the stand extended, the 003 is the stand retracted and the 001 is the close-up of the positive (+) roll.
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    Last edited by thewelder; 01-07-2011, 11:26 PM.

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      Heres some pictures of mine

      I used a different approach using the tweco disconnects as i use a hi freq box and dont want any kind of jump from the leed reels to ground out anywhere , the locking mechanism is a very simple pin with a spring and a hole with a roll pin in it and two pieces of rod inside the 2 inch tubing u pull it and twist 90 degrees to unlock them and twist 90 and they lock , i have since built a oxy acet reel for the top of it
      heres a link to estimate the capacity of the reels
      http://www.airwinch.com/tools/drum.htm
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