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  1. #1
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    Default New oxy torch set up, need ideas on cart..

    My last set was stolen, but finally managed to get another set.

    Bought the Victor Super range, looks to be a good deal for the money so far.

    Anyhow, What does everyone do for the cart, Would like something clean and neat.
    Two Dynasty 350's with Wireless pedals
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    Profax 250 weld positioner
    Bridgeport mill
    Logan Turret lathe
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    I thought this one was very cool. I want to build it but just haven't gotten around to digging up the material. It looks very stable and super handy to have the reel on it.

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  3. #3
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    That one is nice..

    I do alot of aluminum, was thinking of doing some cool version of a cart. It won't see any abuse, just light duty work.

    The reel would be nice, but a bit overkill for me.

    Keep em coming.
    Two Dynasty 350's with Wireless pedals
    Victor O/A
    Profax 250 weld positioner
    Bridgeport mill
    Logan Turret lathe
    RMD tubing bender
    Enco vertical saw
    Baileigh Auto cold saw
    IR 80 Gal dual stage compressor
    Misc Fab equipment

  4. #4
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    North Platte, NE
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    Here is mine. It is made from scrap from the iron reserve (iron pile). The wheels are from an old grain drill and work well on or off the concrete.
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  5. #5
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    I needed one when I needed one, whipped this up. Has caster wheels on the front. I like Tom's buggy there, one of the nicest I have seen.
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  6. #6
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    Hey Checkered Flag,
    Here's an aluminum one I made from residual leftovers from work. This one I keep in the shop & have a similar one in the mobile unit. 1.5" sq tubing, piece of al. d/plate for the bin for the torch parts, & a piece of al. perf for the base. the wheels are from a wheelchair.

    Denny
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  7. #7
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    Looks good.

    I wound up getting a handtruch that I have already started modifying, will post some pics up when done.

    Coming along good. Wanted to do it from AL but just need something for now..
    Two Dynasty 350's with Wireless pedals
    Victor O/A
    Profax 250 weld positioner
    Bridgeport mill
    Logan Turret lathe
    RMD tubing bender
    Enco vertical saw
    Baileigh Auto cold saw
    IR 80 Gal dual stage compressor
    Misc Fab equipment

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