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    Nice rack. Are the front set of rings attached to the rear set. A view more from the side would help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don52 View Post
    Nice rack. Are the front set of rings attached to the rear set. A view more from the side would help.
    Don, if you look at the top in the second pic, you can see the connecting rod on either side.

    Great looking rack, my wife loved it and wants me to make her one now. I'm not letting her look at the project page, I'll never get any sleep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KBar View Post

    Great looking rack, my wife loved it and wants me to make her one now. I'm not letting her look at the project page, I'll never get any sleep.
    KBar you're not thinking straight. If the wife wants more projects done, then you just HAVE to get a new machine or 2 in order to keep her happy. You'll just have to make the sacrifice and go out and get a new machine so you can be a good hubby. It's the same general reasoning they usually use to get new shoes and things so she should understand completely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSW View Post
    KBar you're not thinking straight. If the wife wants more projects done, then you just HAVE to get a new machine or 2 in order to keep her happy. You'll just have to make the sacrifice and go out and get a new machine so you can be a good hubby. It's the same general reasoning they usually use to get new shoes and things so she should understand completely.
    I cant say too much right now, she left me buy a new motorcycle. I may have to wait a few month on the welder. We are also looking to buy a house in the spring so I will need a welder to make the wrought iron fence she wants

    Thanks for the tip
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    Dewalt Chop Saw
    4" Air Grinder
    Die Grinder
    Rigid Drill Press
    Kellogg 10hp Air Compressor


    2009 FXDC

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