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    Quote Originally Posted by Lis2323 View Post
    Thanks Shootr. The “spokes” bug me. They would look better if the were all aligned to the center of the column but then the load bearing area looked too small.


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    It will look better when he runs the chain between the 4 sprockets,, then motorizes it,,




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    Quote Originally Posted by SweetMK View Post
    It will look better when he runs the chain between the 4 sprockets,, then motorizes it,,



    This what you talking about?




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    Welding table picture thread

    Holes for the table today. Twelve 5/8"D on 6" centers and one square hole for 2" receiver material














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    Quote Originally Posted by whtbaron View Post
    You worry too much. I'd paint it Lincoln red and call it a day.
    2nd thought.... that candy purple to match your new table...I do like the upright receiver though...Ohhh.... I like that file handle too... nice work!
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    Between my farmer buddies and me, I think we found a match for your spoked wheel. It's a gauge wheel from a horse drawn Cockshutt plow (somebody improved the colors on this one...) ... it is an old one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whtbaron View Post
    Between my farmer buddies and me, I think we found a match for your spoked wheel. It's a gauge wheel from a horse drawn Cockshutt plow (somebody improved the colors on this one...) ... it is an old one.
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    Good sleuthing. Maybe a gauge wheel for a big one way disc ?

    Maybe some regions call them a disc plow. Anyhow an offset disc with only one gang.


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    Discs would have been later... by the time you started adding more horsepower and tillage, the wheel designs started changing to compensate for the higher demands. That's what threw me off with yours... the center reminds me of a large auger pulley more than a wheel. A lot of the later wheels would have heavier rims, weights added and often a solid center rather than spokes, or more round spokes. I know the spokes on that one aren't an exact match, but I think it's a later version of a very similar machine rather than a heavier machine.

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    However... I have been wrong before...this one also looks very close but it was a Chattanooga plow manufactured in the US, unless Cockshutt made a similar version up here. The Chattanooga was bought out by IHC. Apparently you could flip from one disc to the other for going back and forth on the field.

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    Re: Welding table picture thread

    This is what I was talking about with the heavier wheels on the later machines....
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    Quote Originally Posted by whtbaron View Post
    This is what I was talking about with the heavier wheels on the later machines....
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    Those wheels look similar in type. I think you are right. The ridged wheel was designed to be directional.

    I kept looking at it as a clod buster or (oversized) press wheel
    for a seed drill


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    Still... I think it puts you back into the late 1800's, early 1900's.... interesting piece of history in your new table...
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    I cut up a piece of 1/2" plate for a shelf ...



    Rolled up some 1/4"x2" flat bar for the edge








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    Shelf tacked in place....






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    You sure do some sexy work!

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    Re: Welding table picture thread

    With all those sprockets on there you should be able to do 5 axis hammering!

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    You sure do some sexy work!
    Thank you, V!


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    With all those sprockets on there you should be able to do 5 axis hammering!
    Come on over and you can show me how it’s done!


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    Re: Welding table picture thread

    That is one wicked table.
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    Re: Welding table picture thread

    Welded in the 2” vertical receiver stub...






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    Re: Welding table picture thread

    Done welding ...


    I can stand on the shelf so it should be fine


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    Re: Welding table picture thread

    250 pounds.

    Not as heavy as I thought.


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    Officially DONE








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    Re: Welding table picture thread

    250 is no slouch... with that wide base that will be good and sturdy. Looks right at home.
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    Re: Welding table picture thread

    Is this a car... or is it really a mobile fixture table??

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    Haha. For complex curves.


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