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    Default New Mail Box

    I used my new Diversion Tig a little bit to make this mail box. I also used my mig a little bit also. I have to flame the mail box and she's ready to go!
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    Whats the crank for on the back of it. or I am I seeing right.

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    I'm assuming by his name, hotrodjohn, that he is a car guy & the crank is there for ornamental purposes to let everyone know that he's a car guy or maybe it has something to do with his business. Nice job on the mailbox. A guy down the street from me made a mailbox with a set of headers coming off of the box.
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    There is a guy that lives near me that has one transmission some how mounted to where it is sticking straight up and down on a post of some sort with the bellhousing at the top. Then it has another transmission with the oil pan removed that is bolted to the bellhousing of the other transmision. The guts of the transmissions have been removed. The mailbox is in the bellhousing end of the horisontal transmission. The guy owned a transmission shop. He had one at his shop and his house.
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    Here it is finished just not outside yet. I like the way the flames look good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrodjohn View Post
    I used my new Diversion Tig a little bit to make this mail box. I also used my mig a little bit also. I have to flame the mail box and she's ready to go!
    A little tig, a little mig and a little beer fridge. Nice job.

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    Thank you.

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    Nice work sir.


    I hope the next kid with a ball bat doesn't hit the post!! I wouldn't want to see anyone get hurt but it could possibly learn them a lesson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom37 View Post
    Nice work sir.


    I hope the next kid with a ball bat doesn't hit the post!! I wouldn't want to see anyone get hurt but it could possibly learn them a lesson.
    The mail box is a Gibralter brand. They say it is baseball bat proof..

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