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  1. #1
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    Default Double bottle cart

    My version of a welding cart.





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  4. #4
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    I really like the cart
    especially the extension cord built in
    Not exactly liking the red machine though
    Had one nothing but problems
    Nice ideas hope its ok i steal some though

  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by mini-number1 View Post
    I really like the cart
    especially the extension cord built in
    Not exactly liking the red machine though
    Had one nothing but problems
    Nice ideas hope its ok i steal some though
    Thanks for the complements. I had a Miller before worked great, just wanted a 220 unit and one that would run a aluminum spool gun.

    I have a saying on ideas:
    "If you get your information from one place you have plagiarized, if you get it from many sources it research."
    Last edited by smooth72; 01-25-2009 at 09:14 PM.

  6. #6
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    Good job on the cart.
    Just 1 change, the color, it blends in with Corvette. LOL
    Be safe
    Jeff

    Give more than you get and
    you will get more than ya need.
    This is true for the good and bad
    that life puts out.

  7. #7
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    Thumbs up Weld Cart !!!

    Hey Man, That is one real nice lookin' Cart !!
    Just Watch that Gas Can in the back !!

    I just bought a Lincoln 180, How's It Run the Spoolgun ??
    Does It Run Good ??

    Red Rules !!!
    ........................ Norm :

    Sunrise Outside My Shop In Delhi, Ontario

    - Arcair- K 4000 CAC.

    - LN-25 Wire Feeder

    - Lincoln Ranger 8- Engine Drive- CC\CV:



    - Lincoln Power Mig 180C
    - Spoolgun.
    - DeWalt Chop Saw .
    - DeWalt Compressor - 13cfm, @ 100 psi.

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  8. #8
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    Default Cart

    Very nice cart well thought out.
    Kenny Compton
    Cuttin,Grindin, Weldin, nutten better
    KCRacecars@yahoo.com

  9. #9
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    Very nice cart. I like the hanger for the clamps and the basket.

    Good call on the gas can. For gods sakes be careful and keep it well away from any welding or grinding. I had to stop my dad when he was welding within about 10 ft of the can. Normally he is very careful but in his rush to get the job done he neglected the can.

  10. #10
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    Default Great Cart!

    Hey Smooth! I saw a picture of your cart over on SFT and used it as part of a post on taking pictures of our work. Kinda tough over there because of the low limit on picture size. Those magnetic ground clamps stuck on the side of the tank kinda threw me. I'm a newbie to welding and hadn't seen them before. I thought they were part of the tank keeper -something to keep bottles upright? The SFT guys clued me in.

    I really like the way you made the tank keeper. Much more secure than a chain! Guess I'll have to add a cart like that to my project list.

    Thanks again - DrBob

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