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Thread: New mig cart

  1. #11
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    Stephen,
    that was A LOT better Whe I was looking at your pics, I was getting pop up ads for casinos
    What you could do also (when you have time) is also rename your picture so it doesn't show up as P7120470.JPGbut whatever you named it...such as (hope this works)
    I upload my pictures into My documents>My pictures, used the software that came with the camera (later will upload everything to Corel Draw) and keep it there.
    thanks for all the pics
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    I'm not late...
    I'm just on Hawaiian Time

  2. #12
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    now if i can just get ya all to resize them down to a small enough size i can load it in less than 10 minuits.
    here is the sme pic you had at 412 Kbs now at 79. still just as clear just easyer to load for us dial up guy's.
    great looking cart . i like the stearing part. you might want to add a strap to keep it on if you hit a bump.
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    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

    feel free to shoot me an e-mail direct i have time to chat. james@newyorkmetalart.com
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    Default Mig cart

    Stepen25,
    can you post some pics of the steering unit and wheels? I would like to make a cart like yours for my MM175. Thanks.
    MM 175
    Oxy/Act Set
    220 Arc Welder

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    This is the best i have of the steering, I could take some better pictures if needed. The steering is the same setup of a wagon but with a pin holding the handle in so it can be removed when not needed. close side.JPG
    steering.JPG

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    Sorry fun, I need to learn to resize (I just need time, I know it's easy) to make it easier for you guys...One day, I want to move to the outer island, and the area doesn't have cable, so I feel for you...
    NOT!!!
    ok....really...I do
    I'm not late...
    I'm just on Hawaiian Time

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    Great cart and very nice Yard!!!

  7. #17
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    I like the design of the cart may have to make me a modfied version of it for my Lincoln 3200 hd and paint it RED J/K

    Inferno Forge

    Chris

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