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

    Quote Originally Posted by jrporter View Post
    Nothing wrong with your gussets - not works of art but plenty functional. Question for you, since I have a similar tool chest and thinking of stealing some of your ideas. You show two configurations - one with wheels under the tanks, and one with the wheels inboard under the chest. I'm guessing you ended up using the wheels outboard under the gas?
    At first I thought I would be able to get away with not moving the wheels outboard. But, I had a suspicion that it would be a bit tippy, so before I painted it I welded in plates to relocate the wheels just in case.

    I'm glad I did, because even with the tool box filled with tools and the welder on top, the bottles were heavy enough to cause concern.
    Just say, Know.

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    Here is my cart. Construction derives from 100% scrap: bed rails and dishwasher front panel, wheels from old garbage can, plastic sheet from GP pickup years back. The upper trays pivot in and out to keep things tucked up. I've since added a rod holder insert on the lower tray. Front casters were from the rails (trimmed out). My daughters keep me stocked in bed rails from the throw-outs at the apartment.

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    Finally finished this cart, will be putting the Everest and my plasma cutter on soon along with everything else. May add rod holders soon, something that bolts on. Name:  ilwmLg9FRx6Zv5ONFMPuKQ.jpg
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  5. #580
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    Nice!! Like the nuts and bolts cable hangers and thumbs up on the paintjob.
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    Thanks got everything on it today. Name:  DE45AEAD-58E0-4F26-805E-9521532DDAE5.jpg
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    Love the paint... nice work!
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    Add me to lovin’ the airbrush job! Too cool!!


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    Thanks everyone!

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

    This I made a few years ago
    Works great low to ground less tipping
    The only change i would do is use large wheels so would roll over cords.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by smithdoor View Post
    This I made a few years ago
    Works great low to ground less tipping
    The only change i would do is use large wheels so would roll over cords.

    Dave

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    I wouldn’t worry about larger wheels. Dave. It will still be best to move the cords. IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lis2323 View Post
    I wouldn’t worry about larger wheels. Dave. It will still be best to move the cords. IMO

    There was spot in front but storing I found in back out of way when not in use.
    If I use the welder all time I would put the front storage back.

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    can i use a common ground for my cart with more than one machine running. right now I run individual grounds for each machine, and plug and unplug each machine as its needed. I have room on the cart for a common power source that i would like to set up but im not sure if i can run multiple machines with a common ground, having more than one powered BUT using only one setup at a time.

    the cart has a 3 different set ups. Hobart 210 ac/dc, stick tig. thermodynamics 60i plasma. and a Milermatic 200 mig

    thanks in advance for any input

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    carts are gay......gay is ok
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    Lis, your all-blue setup is awesome. Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munkul View Post
    Lis, your all-blue setup is awesome. Love it!
    Thanks Munkul. Here’s more BLUE especially for you










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    love it!

    I can't decide which Syncrowave cart setup of yours is my favourite. I think the 351 wins for sheer coolness factor and neatness.

    I'm really looking forward to getting the workshop finished and a few prssing jobs out of the way so I can drop back onto my XMT cart build.

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    Munkul that 351 Sync skid is my fave also.

    A buddy wanted it badly as he had spent a lot of time welding iridium with one in earlier years and always liked the machine. He sold his 350 Dynasty and bought mine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by woi2ld View Post
    carts are gay......gay is ok
    You’re gonna ruin the muffler bearings in that thing running it all out of kilter like that.
    "You can't out puke a buzzard"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pipeliner View Post
    You’re gonna ruin the muffler bearings in that thing running it all out of kilter like that.
    im withya, no liftn kilts & piplineing muffler bearings My old miller CP302 looks like the boss of tha shop
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    Re: The Welding Cart Thread... Post 'Em Up!!

    Hmmm.... I was thinking about making a height extension for my engine hoist for lifting things onto the truck in the shop. Now you've got me thinking about other uses...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lis2323 View Post
    Thanks Munkul. Here’s more BLUE especially for you










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    Sweet.... how old is that 300 SP? I see it's rated at 300 amps, but the gauge goes to 400... does it only go to 300, or will it do 400 in short bursts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by whtbaron View Post
    Sweet.... how old is that 300 SP? I see it's rated at 300 amps, but the gauge goes to 400... does it only go to 300, or will it do 400 in short bursts?
    I think the SP is from the 60’s. Not old compared to you and me. Lol

    No idea if it could do 400 amps or not. The machine was hard wired into a 100 amp circuit when I found it. It’s not my daily driver as far as welders go.


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    In the vein of more blue, here's my new cart I just finished tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 86turbodsl View Post
    In the vein of more blue, here's my new cart I just finished tonight.

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    Is that the OEM cart with the cool little steel wheels?
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