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  • #16
    ok!!

    Originally posted by teknition View Post
    Su ba RU
    OK!!I didn't get it but now that you explained i see that i should have *LOL*
    Thanks, Farris
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    • #17
      i had the same problem as you do, too much yard not enough concreet under my welder.
      i got one of the garden wagons from walmart or tractor suply with the drop down sides and took off the sides and built a welder suport system on that. even added a droor to it to keep lil stuff in. here are a few pic's to get you some idea's to play with
      hope it helps.
      first pic is it with my tig on top, 2nd pic is it with the removable O/A setup on the back part. i use nylon 1" straps with D rings (like a motorcycle helmit ) to hold every thing in place. 3rd is the O/A setup off the cart, the O/A cart sits on the back and is held in place with pins. i will look for some better pic's but i have been using this cart for 5+ years now. so i knoe i have some better pic's
      4th just fond this one its a little more empty so you can get a beter look at the cart, the front has a cradle of sorts to strap in a bottle and the top platform was made with 3/4" angle with the L used as a ledge to keep stuff from rooling of if it was not level. i also sprayed the top and the inside of the droor with truck bed liner (like ryno liner) to make it durable and rust free.
      the best part about having a welder is not needing to spend $350.00 on some thing to hold it. his carts look nice but a bit over the top and way to high priced. just think about what you want it to do. make a quick ruff drawing of it look at it a bit and see if you see any thing you want to change, if not get out and build it. after all you can weld so if you decide later it needs to be a little diferent or get another welder you want it to carry, no biggy cut it up and start over, or just add a little here and there as needed. have some fun with it, dont be afraid to screw it up. you have a welder and a saw you can fix it.
      BTW; the droor was made from some sheet i had laying around, good chance to work on your corner welds on thin stuff.
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      thanks for the help
      ......or..........
      hope i helped
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