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    Re: Let's see the welding rigs

    Okay I'll do another. Is that a chrome infinity. I've been debating painting mine white or white camo.

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    Re: Let's see the welding rigs

    Quote Originally Posted by the_croz View Post
    Can some one tell me about this crane were is the winch mounted? What brand is it?

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    When you absolutely positively got to heat and beat. It runs well but is too old for serious work on the road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sberry View Post
    When you absolutely positively got to heat and beat. It runs well but is too old for serious work on the road.
    That's some rig, looks very well thought out! Did you build it, or buy it? Seems like a massive overkill for a strawberry farm... which is something I like to see, haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sberry View Post
    When you absolutely positively got to heat and beat. It runs well but is too old for serious work on the road.
    I LIKE it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by evan View Post
    Okay I'll do another. Is that a chrome infinity. I've been debating painting mine white or white camo.

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    I use the same O-rings I think. The green/brown ones I like, the black ones deteriorate too fast in the Texas year-round heat. Turn to dust in a couple months.
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    Re: Let's see the welding rigs

    Quote Originally Posted by evan View Post
    Okay I'll do another. Is that a chrome infinity. I've been debating painting mine white or white camo.

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    I use the same O-rings I think. The green/brown ones I like, the black ones deteriorate too fast in the Texas year-round heat. Turn to dust in a couple months.
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    Hereís a new to me Lincoln SA200 Junior from the late 40ís -early 50ís. 4 cylinder Wisconsin crank start.






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    Re: Let's see the welding rigs

    I built it, bought a truck was too old with too much stuff on it then. All the stuff runs from the drivers side. There is nuts/bolts and fittings and comp on pass side, steel and rigging bin. Extra crap up top.
    I originally built it for oil wells but did various work with it.
    The advent of smaller and lighter tools, battery power made working out of a pickup easier and I got away from pumping unit repair. I have a knuckle boom on a flatbed so no crane on this although I got the box corner rigged for one.
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    That's not bad, simple. Whoops,, wanted to delete this.

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    Re: Let's see the welding rigs

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    I like that, simple. The SA
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    Re: Let's see the welding rigs

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    Damn I am afraid of heights too much to work like that...

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    Re: Let's see the welding rigs

    Quote Originally Posted by Joebrown View Post
    Damn I am afraid of heights too much to work like that...
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