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    the 6 x 10 flatbed I just finished last weekend.the frame was a pop up camper frame.welding trailer was built from scratch.
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    miller bobcat 250
    wc 115a
    spoolmatic 30a
    centery 250 mic
    2 lincoln 225 stick
    a 1954 hobart portable welder w/ willies jeep engine

  • #2
    Terry, that sliding drawer is real cool, the welding trailer looks to be layed out real well, best regards, Paul
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    • #3
      welding trailer

      nice job bro, I preffer to have my gear mounted on a truck but that looks like it is going to work out real good.

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      • #4
        How much can you lift with that hoist? Nice job! That slide out drawer is great idea.
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        • #5
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          It can lift about 1500 pounds.the trailer itself weighs in at 3440.the most of the work I do is for local farmers & on alum grain trailers.thank you for taking the time to look at my projects.

          Originally posted by MMW View Post
          How much can you lift with that hoist? Nice job! That slide out drawer is great idea.
          miller bobcat 250
          wc 115a
          spoolmatic 30a
          centery 250 mic
          2 lincoln 225 stick
          a 1954 hobart portable welder w/ willies jeep engine

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          • #6
            thanks

            Thanks to all that has taken the time to look at my projects.
            miller bobcat 250
            wc 115a
            spoolmatic 30a
            centery 250 mic
            2 lincoln 225 stick
            a 1954 hobart portable welder w/ willies jeep engine

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            • #7
              Terry,
              HOW did you make that slide out compartment? The pic was too small on my computer to see what you were wrapping the leads around. Tubing? Welded to the trailer floor with the machine in the middle? Trailer AND setup is AWSOME!!!!!!! Something for us newbie trailer maker wannabees to look up to!!!
              bert
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              • #8
                Hey Terry,

                Please post some more pictures of the flatbed.

                Thanks.

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                • #9
                  bert

                  the drawer is made with 1 1/4 angleiron and is welded down 6 inches from the frameand it is 3 ft wide and 6 ft long.we didnt put rollers on it so it slides on the angle frame.i put bar soap on it and it slides real easy the lead holders are made with 1 1/8 square tubing with 1 inch welded to the floor so we can take the leads off and they will stay on the holders.we have a table that is 24 x 24 thats sets on the railing anywhere on the trailer for a 6 x 10 trailer we have everything we need on it.good luck with your trailers.feel free to contact me for any questions you might have
                  miller bobcat 250
                  wc 115a
                  spoolmatic 30a
                  centery 250 mic
                  2 lincoln 225 stick
                  a 1954 hobart portable welder w/ willies jeep engine

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                  • #10
                    trailers

                    nice job on both trailers, looks like you put some thought into your welding trailer, good job. Dave
                    If necessity is the Mother of Invention, I must be the Father of Desperation!

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                    • #11
                      Terry

                      Thanks so much for explaining that. Question: "Bar soap to slide the drawer."
                      Do you think "Irish Spring" would be better than "Dove" since it's got the green and white stripe??? Sorry, Couldn't resist, 1st time I heard using soap!!! Why don't you use grease? You wouldn't get your hands dirty, since it's underneath, right?
                      thanks,
                      bert
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                      I'm just on Hawaiian Time

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