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  1. #11
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    Thats a nice looking cart. Im thinking of making some running gear for my TB302, and your cart was inspiration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tasslehawf View Post
    Wow. That's taller than I was expecting it to be. Have you tested to see how stable it is? Might want to throw a strap over the welder..? (Pointless if the cart isn't stable). $.02
    I like it up high cause it will be much easier to adjust, and I have a storage area. I will strap the Dynasty down even though it's very stable. No play at all in the wheels or the carts frame. I'm still not done with it yet. I bought 1/2" x 1/16th x 3ft Aluminum tube today to make my cable hangers. I also bought the chrome chain to secure the tank. I have the weld the middle frame still . Is there any thing else you would do to the cart?

    usmcruz I'm glad I inspired you. I went to get a cart and realized it was to small so I decided to make one. You can do anything you can imagine with a welder. If you need any pics let me know. I getting good with this Pic stuff.

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    Looking awsome dude!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    usmcruz: wanted to say thanks again for your pics from the other thread...
    If you make a cart for your running gear, you still going to make it so you can put forks under it to put it in your truck???
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    No. I think you got everything. I think you mentioned you were adding a handle..

    Man that thing would so not work at my place.. Lol. I have to pull my cart out of the garage, over a 1" high water dam, off the concrete walkway (1" down) and into the grass where I'm currently working. If it weren't so low it definitely fall over. But you lucky b@stard, you actually have a garage to work in.

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    I can't believe that foot pedal will work on that machine
    Have you tried it??? That has to be the first time I've seen one like that on a Dynasty for sure.
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    Not yet. Why would it not work. It is a 14 pin plug, and it lined up and screwed in. It has 6 pins in it I believe. The part number is RFCS-14 Remote Foot Control (14-pin plug).

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    same one that came with my contractor's kit for my dynasty 200dx also! But...your's looks metal?
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    If it's 14-pin it will work. Ahh.. standards.

    That is a monster pedal, though. I got a gigantic one with my Maxstar - it was a pain to lug around. So I switched it with the lighter plastic one that came with my Syncrowave.
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    Did you get a black soot covering or surrounding your weld?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tasslehawf View Post
    If it's 14-pin it will work. Ahh.. standards.

    That is a monster pedal, though. I got a gigantic one with my Maxstar - it was a pain to lug around. So I switched it with the lighter plastic one that came with my Syncrowave.
    Glad you guys chimed in cause I was getting worried about the pedal. You guys are right, it is very heavy but I got it cheap. Gonna get Get a smaller one soon.

    James
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    And lots of Cut-off and grinding wheels
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