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    The Welding Cart Thread... Post 'Em Up!!

    Ok, here it is! The Welding Cart Thread!

    Post them up! Any type, any size, any machine. If you want to do a build thread, create a separate one & post the finished product here.

    ANY brand of machine is welcome. ANY level of fabrication skill is ok. Of course, constructive comments or ideas for improvements, etc are just fine. Any posts critical of import machines, cheap shots, bashes, etc will be deleted and appropriate action taken.

    We all know the routine

    Have fun!

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    This is clearly a example of what happens when you make the class clown a hallway monitor. LOL Steve, only kidding brother.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7A749 View Post
    Yeah, the quality of content plummets & I'm still a laughingstock
    No you weenie, I meant your moderator powers. LOL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by weldermike View Post
    No you weenie, I meant your moderator powers. LOL!
    Moderator powers? Does he wear a cape?
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    @ MN Dave - with power comes great responsibility. "To the victors, go the spoils."

    @ 7A749 - may the odds be ever in your favor. Ha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7A749 View Post
    those are some primo carts. how do you keep your stuff so clean? i really like the o/a setup and the old fashioned street sweeper rig in the background!
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    Here's my first cart, made it just a couple of months back for my 211. Other than the wheels, it's all scrap from around the shop.
    Attachment 667071Attachment 667081Attachment 667091Attachment 667101Attachment 667111
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    Love it Steve....
    I'll get some of my pix u[p as soon as I can....
    This will be a great thread, as it will give guys Ideas for their own carts....
    Lanse,
    Lets see some vids Man!!!!
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    this is my o/a burning and 110 welding rigs. nothing fancy but very serviceable when i need to take my act on the road.
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    Re: The Welding Cart Thread... Post 'Em Up!!

    This is the link to a thread where I posted up the carts for my stuff.

    http://weldingweb.com/showthread.php...eans-new-carts

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    This cart was done by my 16 year old son




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    Attachment 668081Attachment 668091One we just finished today in class.

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    Not fancy but I like it very much, I had a old hand truck and needed a cart, used a brake disc to sit the bottle in, cut open a piece of pipe heated it in a forge opened it up drilled a hole for a keeper pin around the neck, picked up a pair of castors on scratch and dent at tractor supply. I also have a piece of sign that i am going to put in the top to sit the Hobart on just waiting for the paint to cure up. Also I will say this is my first actual welding project.
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    Boy, how convenient . Guy just happens to buy a NEW DYNASTY 350 and miraculously a thread about carts rises up from the dead ! Kidding , nice setup. AWESOME MACHINE ! Did you plug it in yet ?

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    Re: The Welding Cart Thread... Post 'Em Up!!

    One I built for a buddie for his Lincoln 135. Modeled after the one my 135 sits on. Mine dont have shocks tho.



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    Here's one I built for a Lincoln 180 MIG









    http://all-a-cart.com

    Welding Cart Kits and accessories

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    Re: The Welding Cart Thread... Post 'Em Up!!

    Quote Originally Posted by ZTFab View Post
    Here's one I built for a Lincoln 180 MIG









    One word (SWEET)


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    Here is mine for my Thermal Dynamics Duo.


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    Re: The Welding Cart Thread... Post 'Em Up!!

    Keep the designs coming! I need to build a new cart my new MVP 210 is bigger than anticipated. They look so tiny in pictures.

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    LOL here's mine. Came compliments of Miller.

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    Re: The Welding Cart Thread... Post 'Em Up!!

    They should do a sticky on welding tables now.

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    Lincoln Electric:
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    SA-200
    LN-25 Pro
    Pro Mig 180
    Invertec 160
    Victor Torches

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