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    Copping a sa250

    So I picked up an sa250 this weekend with the Perkins runs like a dream just doesnít fit against the cab and I want to chop it
    It doesnít have the sa200 style cap it has the half cap thatís open on the bottom
    Is it still possible to chop?
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    Re: Copping a sa250

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...Af9X8VdIwIZ9yw

    Here are some pictures of the welder

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    Re: Copping a sa250

    Your only limited by your own abilities.
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    Re: Copping a sa250

    Quote Originally Posted by Freebirdwelds View Post
    Your only limited by your own abilities.
    I have the ability to do it I just wanted some feedback

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    Re: Copping a sa250

    And donít really know much about the welder


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    Re: Copping a sa250

    To be clear, are you looking to chop as in height or shorten as in length?
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    Re: Copping a sa250

    Quote Originally Posted by duaneb55 View Post
    To be clear, are you looking to chop as in height or shorten as in length?
    In length


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    Re: Copping a sa250

    I agree with Freebirdwelds and I'd say the biggest challenge will likely be the fuel tank. May have to fab a shorter custom unit
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    Re: Copping a sa250

    Quote Originally Posted by Griffin View Post
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...Af9X8VdIwIZ9yw

    Here are some pictures of the welder
    Added your photos for safe keeping.
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    Re: Copping a sa250

    FYI, that fan is mounted backwards.
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    Re: Copping a sa250

    Quote Originally Posted by duaneb55 View Post
    FYI, that fan is mounted backwards.
    Haha thank you got it last weekend and just started tarring into it


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