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  1. #131
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    Quote Originally Posted by ranchersam View Post
    you the difference between 3/32 and 1/8.
    This is true....not only the weldor, but the machinist and trim carpenter is coming out...thats 31 thousandths of an inch!! Might as well be a mile.


    SSS

    YMBAWI....When you move, your apartment fits in the front foot of the truck box, but you fill the other 15 foot and the bed of your personal truck on the dolly with shop equipment......and still have to make a second trip!
    Last edited by SkidSteerSteve; 02-04-2007 at 09:08 PM.

  2. #132
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    YMBAWI...you think a Lincoln locker is something to secure your equipment with.

    SSS

  3. #133
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    YMBAW if you take your hood off for awhile, forget it put it back on and go to strike an arc and tilt your head down to lower what is not there.

    or

    YMBAW if you use the CV side of your Bobcat on lowest voltage setting to jumpstart your truck.

    SSS, this is the best thread I think I have read....Paul

  4. #134
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    YMBAWI your wife keeps finding soapstone and mig tips in the washing machine.

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    ymbawi you've used a welding rod to tie up your power cables/suspend anything from anything else/make art/poke stuff

  6. #136
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    if you're looking for welding shirts at the BabyGap.

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    ymbawi....when you go to bed at night your hands still stink like burnt argon.

  8. #138
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    you argue with your wife that your welding equipment needs to be in the garage instead of her brand new suv.

  9. #139
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    you watch American Chopper and criticise their welding techniques.

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    You might be a weldor if...

    ...you read this entire thread.

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