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    I just had a 20 year old dream come true. I have build boat docks for a little over 20 years. I get tired of always having to move the mig and running over or having to move the power cable and ground.
    So I just got this trolley finished. I will post a video when I get a chance. Here are some pictures.
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  • #2
    That will work. I see you have a Wells bandsaw too...Bob
    Bob Wright

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    • #3
      do you pull the welder by stinger
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      • #4
        Bob, yes and I love that bandsaw.

        Monte, yes I pull it by the stinger. I didn't like the thought of it however, it roll very easy. I still need to make a hook for the stinger to hang on. Just unwrapping the stinger can move the trolley a couple of feet. I will make a video as soon as I can.


        • #5
          I have an old B-boom from L-Tec I refitted it to accept a an XMT 300, and M64s wirefeeder with a 20' Bernard centerfire gun. Very nice but no place to set it up any more so, its apart in the driveway with the electronics in the shop on the floor. FOR SALE if your interested!!!


          • #6
            Nice work, it'll help keep the cables out of the way, I hate getting my feet wrapped up in them.



            • #7
              thats sweeter than a cherry pie with redi whip topping!