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    Default My newly built Diversion 165 Welding Cart

    A weekend project I just completed.
    I'm trying to organize my shop.. I saw a Youtube Video of the "Crazy Cart" and thought I could do something like that as well... but not as crazy.










    Hope you like and inspires a few of you!

    Mike

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    Hey Mike - that looks really nice, good job! I noticed that there are no sharp corners anywhere on it that I can see - that was one of those things my Dad critisized (constructively) me on years ago. Havent had a sharp corner since

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    Very impressive work! May I suggest that you add a removable tray to sit on the top of the 165's case. I made one for mine, and find it indispensable for catching/holding parts, pieces of filler rod, tools... whatever. The tray sits on LRF's, so it won't scratch the top.
    Last edited by Goodhand; 11-30-2010 at 12:11 AM.

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    That is nice. I like the diamond plate contrast.
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    Thanks for the kind words.

    I like the tray idea. Might have to do that along with a torch holder/clamp and a helmet stand/hook.

    Mike

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    I did a little video up on the cart build.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xKWV...eature=related

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonCruiser View Post
    A weekend project I just completed.
    I'm trying to organize my shop.. I saw a Youtube Video of the "Crazy Cart" and thought I could do something like that as well... but not as crazy.

    PHOTOS OMITTED
    Hope you like and inspires a few of you!

    Mike
    Very very nice cart. Love that drawer.
    The drawer keeps the dirt off of the accessories.
    Last edited by Donald Branscom; 01-21-2011 at 04:56 PM.

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    Good work, I like the drawer plus the fact you outfitted it completely with rod and cable holders. Nicely done.

    Gord

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    you really kicked the crap out of my diversion 165 cart nice work
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    Default nice job

    here is mine..working on a rod holder now..


    I like the drawer on yours...I am thinking of retro fitting one in...
    Last edited by donnie; 02-06-2011 at 10:40 PM.

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