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

    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Welding View Post
    what is the spiral rap around the torch lead? Oh nice big heavy duty cart btw.
    3/4” hydraulic hose protector. And thanks!


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

    looks like it'll protect the lead pretty good. Name:  thumb.gif
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    Re: The Welding Cart Thread... Post 'Em Up!!

    I used the same stuff on my smaller plasma years ago and it’s held up well.


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

    Does anyone have a picture of a 2 wheeled welding cart? I have the rear inflatable wheels and axle from my old miller bobcat and I'm wanting to make some type of 2 wheeled counterbalance cart for my Hobart Handler 140. That way it would be easier to push over the ground if I have to travel with it to do a job. Thanks for any help or advice.

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

    It's at the lake so I don't have access right now, but I built one for my 140 pound stick welder. I used a 2 wheeler and added 2 swivel casters to the front end. It can be taken over rough ground and it easy to maneuver on concrete.

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

    Here’s the wheel kit I made for my Forney transformer welder. It can be tipped back on the larger rear wheels on rough terrain or maneuvered easily using the casters on shop floors.

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

    Thanks for the feedback guys. I'm thinking about just having the 2 wheels and a welded on handle to where I can move it around kinda like a hand cart. But with an added shelf underneath along with a half cut pipe to mount my tank in.

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

    NVM. I found it. Sorry.

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