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Thread: My new RED Cart

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by wildfire View Post
    Nice job on the cart. There's no way the tank is getting away on you. i like that and I like the wheels. Gives it that heavy look. Oh by the way I got some blue paint left over from my last project if you want it
    Thanks! The tires are from my grandpa`s garden tiller ! Buy me a blue machine and I`ll build another and paint it blue! LOL

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    Default Let's see....

    Practical, basic, function-able, creative, excellent use of perhaps scrap material, nice paint job, good height, cool rear tires and Lincoln IS and HAS been in the game the longest of all commercial manufacturers! My shop is red, blue, yellow and green. I don't like just one color, kinda boring!

    Great job..

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    boy don't you know what website this is. It is a MILLER!!! website and miller is BLUE!!!

    I should turn you in to the administrater!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wireburner View Post
    Thanks! hey now bryce you got one in your signature ! LOL
    Yeah, I know rub it in why don't ya! Hey I prefer Miller but will run a Linc, that particular machine is actually my grandad's. At work, we have an OLD SA200 that is goin on the back of my Ford here in a couple weeks when I get it running again. I also run an OLD Forney electric machine at work, so I run 'em all! Just razzin you a little. Oh well, hope to be able to afford a new Miller after I get back from 5 years of service in the Navy.
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    yeah thats cool ! HEY now they never said nuttin bout havin some red ! LOL

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    nice cart, I'm gonna steal the idea for the cap holder.
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    your welcomed to it!

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    bryce_burden
    have them direct deposit $150.00 a month into a savings account at home for you. you wont miss it or be able to access it when away, and when you get out the $$ will be there. if you get an enlistment bonus,use it or some of it to open the account. hope your time go's well for ya.

    wireburner, it may be red, but it welds. so ya get to play, thats what really counts..
    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

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    Quote Originally Posted by fun4now View Post
    bryce_burden
    have them direct deposit $150.00 a month into a savings account at home for you. you wont miss it or be able to access it when away, and when you get out the $$ will be there. if you get an enlistment bonus,use it or some of it to open the account. hope your time go's well for ya.

    wireburner, it may be red, but it welds. so ya get to play, thats what really counts..
    EXACTLY!!!!!!! Hopefully this time next year I`ll have a Miller Econtig

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    Thumbs up Koooooooool

    Cool,nice job...when I figure out how to set this thing up,will send you a couple pix`s..............Love the color red.......represents the fire you have to drive that contraption.
    S.A.M

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