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Miller 211 welding cart done!!

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  • Miller 211 welding cart done!!

    I had to build a cart for my new Miller 211 that I got myself for christmas. I also made a few "accessories" that plug into the ends of the cross supports, such as a drink holder, a small table, a wire or cable hangar and a spot to put the tank's cap. Mostly made from stuff I had around the shop, but I did have to buy the main wheels. It stands upright when in use so the front pads are on the ground, keeping the thing from moving too easily. When pushing it around, it can be either leaned back on the "wheelie bar", where it balances nicely or just leaned back a little ways and pushed around like a hand truck.Name:  38563d1e2c77395dc276abb764e5a2b7.jpg
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    Originally posted by dondlhmn View Post
    I had to build a cart for my new Miller 211 that I got myself for christmas. I also made a few "accessories" that plug into the ends of the cross supports, such as a drink holder, a small table, a wire or cable hangar and a spot to put the tank's cap. Mostly made from stuff I had around the shop, but I did have to buy the main wheels. It stands upright when in use so the front pads are on the ground, keeping the thing from moving too easily. When pushing it around, it can be either leaned back on the "wheelie bar", where it balances nicely or just leaned back a little ways and pushed around like a hand truck.Name:  38563d1e2c77395dc276abb764e5a2b7.jpg
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    That is one slick looking cart you have there. Diggin the Handle bars. Nice job.

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    • #3
      COOL! i LIKE IT!

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      • #4
        Amazing !

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        • #5
          Nice job! I like the hand truck idea with the wheelie bar wheel. How do you like the MM211?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ranch Land Toys (RLT) View Post
            Nice job! I like the hand truck idea with the wheelie bar wheel. How do you like the MM211?
            So far I have only welded a few things, the cart being one of them, and like the way it welds. I have only used it on 230 so far and have not tried it on 115 at all, so I don't know how I will like it with less oomph.

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