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  1. #1
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    more trailer work

    just want to show a pic
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    Re: more trailer work

    next time have them go slower so the guy with camera can catch the trailer. neat pic though.
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    Re: more trailer work

    Great picture! Although it is a funny looking trailer!

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    Hey Ed! Does this mean you're beginning to see the light?
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    Re: more trailer work

    nice weld cant even see the transition
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    Re: more trailer work

    Now THAT is the way to design the tongue. Man, that thing will pull a D8, if the suspension will handle it. Can you give us the details - process, amps, filler metal....etc.
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    Re: more trailer work

    The trailer's view of a tip of a mig gun, right before the hurt is put on it.
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    Re: more trailer work

    no dime........

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    Looks just like the scene in my head when the voice was telling me to come to the light. Course that was when I was busy dieng on the operating table so weird stuff was happening at the time. Heard a lot of the background discussion while all this was going on. Absolutely unnervin when you hear that while under anestesia. And I heard the music he was listening to in the back ground, it was Peter Framptons first album. Weird...
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    Re: more trailer work

    WTF is the point of this? This has nothing to do with welding, so why is it posted under "Welding Projects & Pictures" (and with a title implying it was legitimate)?

    I'm starting to raise an eyebrow at Ed. Is this another poor attempt at humor, troll-ism or the beginnings of mental illness?
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    Re: more trailer work

    Looks good ed. Have you named it yet. A good name would be deception in a steel, oops my bad I mean still. cool pix tho.
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    Really Ed, didn't your mom ever tell you not to stare at the sun?
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    Re: more trailer work

    Stay down Ed....just stay down.

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    Re: more trailer work

    Just when ed hack thinks he's seeing the "light at the end of the tunnel" he realizes that it's a high speed passenger train headed right at him.

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    I've been trying to hold my tongue, but after Sundown's post, I can't hold it in anymore...

    That's no way to play chicken Ed. When you give in before the train does, we all lose.
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    Re: more trailer work

    Do the subject and the picture have anything to do with each other? Just asking.
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    In the real world, no. In Ed's, probably.
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    Re: more trailer work

    But this picture does explain why, when fishing at night, you should be using a black or dark lure.
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