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    Torch track burner under $300.00

    Track Torch under $300.00
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Torch-Track....m46890.l49286

    Pop up on screen today how helps
    The track torch i used for welding too.

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    Re: Torch track burner under $300.00

    Quote Originally Posted by smithdoor View Post
    Track Torch under $300.00
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Torch-Track....m46890.l49286

    Pop up on screen today how helps
    The track torch i used for welding too.

    Dave
    im afraid thats junk smith. sometimes i wish i had something old like that to attach to a real torch/victor,smith..., that was hand crank or something

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    Re: Torch track burner under $300.00

    Try reading the ad
    I have own Victor with 48 foot track but most can not afford a Victor starting at$3,800.
    https://www.amazon.com/0200-0220-VCM-200-Portable-Cutting-Machine/dp/B001HWA8H0

    Quote Originally Posted by 123weld View Post
    im afraid thats junk smith. sometimes i wish i had something old like that to attach to a real torch/victor,smith..., that was hand crank or something
    Last edited by smithdoor; 5 Days Ago at 12:32 AM.

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    Re: Torch track burner under $300.00

    Quote Originally Posted by smithdoor View Post
    Try reading the ad
    I have own Victor with 48 foot track but most can not afford a Victor starting at$3,800.
    https://www.amazon.com/0200-0220-VCM.../dp/B001HWA8H0
    the price and pic should tell u the story. try looking at "sellers other items". " he sells junk" - a 200 amp welder for a hundred bucks, a demolition jack hammer for $125.
    the most quality thing i saw was the baby stroller for 150.
    thats why i said id rather have something mechanical/crank on . ive used ones around the pipe that i crank on, and works great. id rather put the $ towards something old used like that for plate .
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    Re: Torch track burner under $300.00

    I take it everyone has $3,800 for Victor cutting bug.
    It like buying Harbor Frieght they is always some to redo.

    Dave

    Quote Originally Posted by 123weld View Post
    the price and pic should tell u the story. try looking at "sellers other items". " he sells junk" - a 200 amp welder for a hundred bucks, a demolition jack hammer for $125.
    the most quality thing i saw was the baby stroller for 150.
    thats why i said id rather have something mechanical/crank on . ive used ones around the pipe that i crank on, and works great. id rather put the $ towards something old used like that for plate .

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    Re: Torch track burner under $300.00

    3800 or no 3800, iits still junk. a better 300 bucks someone could buy a good used american made torch, and wheeled/straight edge accesories from wizard flange, and w/ a little coordination, make some nice cuts, and still have something nice that works when u get done. im a little surprised u would suggest buying that china crap. i thought we were good ole boy red blooded american friends. i was getting ready to invite u over for some chow chow. i was gonna have my aunt sue make us some biscuits and gravy w/ fresh hommade pie desert, while we ate peanuts and wathed the ball game. now im not so sure
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    Re: Torch track burner under $300.00

    I buy American made
    Just all my tools are made in America. Just go and buy Starrett
    I have purchased mic's up to 16" check price. All my torches is Victor.

    I post low costs items because a small shops can not buy at high price of American made.

    Dave

    Quote Originally Posted by 123weld View Post
    3800 or no 3800, iits still junk. a better 300 bucks someone could buy a good used american made torch, and wheeled/straight edge accesories from wizard flange, and w/ a little coordination, make some nice cuts, and still have something nice that works when u get done. im a little surprised u would suggest buying that china crap. i thought we were good ole boy red blooded american friends. i was getting ready to invite u over for some chow chow. i was gonna have my aunt sue make us some biscuits and gravy w/ fresh hommade pie desert, while we ate peanuts and wathed the ball game. now im not so sure

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    Re: Torch track burner under $300.00

    For those of us without a lot of cash, YouTube people have made torch tracks from two parallel angle iron (corner facing up), with 2 angle irons on top to carry the sled (instead of wheels).

    All-thread rod and a drill provide the movement.
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    Re: Torch track burner under $300.00

    Quote Originally Posted by MinnesotaDave View Post
    For those of us without a lot of cash, YouTube people have made torch tracks from two parallel angle iron (corner facing up), with 2 angle irons on top to carry the sled (instead of wheels).

    All-thread rod and a drill provide the movement.
    Do you have any links or photos.
    It sounds like Great way to go.
    Maybe using a hand cutting torch too.

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