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    Quote Originally Posted by 911Handyman
    George, you might want to cover your fishing reels. The UV rays from your welders will break down your fishing line. Don't want the big one to get away...
    Didn't think about that, thanks ... I re-spool with new line in the spring every year, I will make a drop cloth to hang over them.
    Regards, George

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    Default that explains why

    Quote Originally Posted by 911Handyman
    George, you might want to cover your fishing reels. The UV rays from your welders will break down your fishing line. Don't want the big one to get away...
    That explains why the big one got away! *LOL*
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    Default Welding table

    Looks good

    Good job Sundown
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    Default Kudos on the table...

    Sundown - clever design on the locking casters, where did you get that idea? From what it looks like, you keep them from rolling and swiveling with a single bolt that threads all the way down to the wheel, correct?

    I've been trying to figure out a way to keep my table mobile but stable at the same time, something by way of retractable casters or something. But I like your idea.

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    Default weilding table

    sundown nice job is that a ring roller in the back ground
    what make is it

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    Sundown (George) is in the Great Forum now

    He passed away 9-14-07
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    Quote Originally Posted by BC Iron works View Post
    sundown nice job is that a ring roller in the back ground
    what make is it
    Yes it is a ring Roller.

    Both George and I bought ours from here:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Sheet-Metal-Pede...QQcmdZViewItem

    Shipping is about 50.00 bux



    Local to me so I saved on the shipping.



    I had access to a Tube Roller so I made a wheel for it and a base so I could move it around easily.
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    Smile 1st Class . . . .

    Very nice table he built . . . locking system ingenious . . .
    Last edited by Wacko Welder; 07-10-2008 at 08:25 PM. Reason: posted in the wrong topic . . . now corrected . . .
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    broc. do you like the roller

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC Iron works View Post
    broc. do you like the roller
    Yes.

    I have a Shop Outfitters 2020 bender but I just couldn't justify spending the $$ on their Roller
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