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Thread: My Welding Cart

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    Default My Welding Cart

    I never did send photos of my cart so here we are. Some of you might remember this first photo. I like to put a sliding drawer under the unit; yeah weíll see how that turns out
    I have sash cord around the bottles for now; Iíll put tabs on the back to chain them down. I bought a spool gun with it but havenít used it yet.
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    Looks like a really good start. Have a look at the one I built, should be able to put in a drawer similar to this.211 Welder cart.jpg

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    cart 1 is the cats meow ur stand does look good.

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    The blue paint is the icing on the cake!

    ( My tools are red, My welders are blue. )

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    I think the first cart is the way to roll. I even looked at it twice just to make sure it wasn't bolted together somehow.

    All joking aside, you came out with a fine looking cart. I agree, the drawer shouldn't be to big of a hassle to add on.

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    Very nice looking cart there Fab Tech. Looks storebought.

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    thats a really nice cart you built Mr. Fab but i gotta say that first pic got me to sweating thinking of the lawyer fees. i thought dang now i gotta start dismantling the bedroom furnishings for enough parts.
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    I should have painted the crate blue that would have been good and also hide the fine on the side.
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    Default very nice stuff

    I noticed that nice dillon reloader...it's amzing how guys that are into welding are often into other similar "hobbies"

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    Quote Originally Posted by toddac1 View Post
    I noticed that nice dillon reloader...it's amzing how guys that are into welding are often into other similar "hobbies"
    It's the 650, on the wall to the right just out of veiw is a 1050
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