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Old 12-30-2016, 03:16 AM   #1
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This spring I sold a couple of old boat anchor welders and purchased 2 new ones. a lot of time money and energy went into this build. there is even enough power cable to reach into the alley I will let the photos speak for themselves. I am really proud of this.
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Old 12-30-2016, 06:52 AM   #2
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very nice...you chose a good mig,I've had the same one for 15 yrs no problem what so ever...cheers clem


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Thank you, The tig was a new product last year I have used it a little but the mig was used to build the cart. the tig machine was back ordered for a couple of months when i ordered it . the mig was on the shelf. I think this model of mig has been discontinued for the dual voltage model. i am extremely happy with both....

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I like the plastic tubes .
Assuming they hold various rods ?

Nice work !

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I like the plastic tubes .
Assuming they hold various rods ?

Nice work !

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the pvc holds various tig rods and the blue ones hold stick rods, the idea for PVC came from Jody (welding tips and tricks)
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Sweet cart. Like the method for securing the bottles at the back. Don't think they are going anywhere in a hurry.


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