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    Re: Homemade welding cart thread

    Doctor duke, i have one of those carts. i mounted my craftsmen tool box on the front. Love it. My friend took his and cut a hole in it for his tank and use's it for his 135Mig.
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    Re: Homemade welding cart thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Cebby
    Nice work Slash! Where'd you get that box on top of you OA setup. I'm looking for something like that.
    That box was the toolbox on our old John Deere combine. I scavenged it before we sold the machine. You should be able to pick up something similar at any implement dealer, or Tractor Supply store.

  3. #13

    Re: Homemade welding cart thread

    Cool carts, slash. I used old .30 cal ammo boxes on my carts for tip/consumables storage. They're cheap and seal out the dirt and debris when closed.

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    Re: Homemade welding cart thread

    Hi all, found this great forum through a Google search.

    Thought I'd show some of my projects over the years..........


    The latter shows Big Red without a cart.

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    Re: Homemade welding cart thread

    Nice carts - plus I love the use of the wall. That's an important area that can be utilized for getting things up off the floor.
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    Re: Homemade welding cart thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Cebby View Post
    I love the use of the wall. That's an important area that can be utilized for getting things up off the floor.

    Hi Cebby,

    Using that wall space was an absolute neccessity as that shop measured only about 6 X 7 Ft. I enclosed the area under a concrete balcony to create that workspace. Also, not shown in the photo was a wall mounted HP washer above that vice on the left. It was there to wash down the cars, in any weather.

    Other photos can be seen here:

    http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...ome-and-garden

  7. #17

    Re: Homemade welding cart thread

    This is a cart for my tig welder. http://www.shopfloortalk.com/forums/...ead.php?t=9428

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    Re: Homemade welding cart thread

    Nice Cart, and welcome to Tool And Fab.
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    Re: Homemade welding cart thread

    My new Miller 211, cheap plasma cutter, Miller 250 amp water cooled tig.

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    Re: Homemade welding cart thread

    Not exactly a cart. But a place to put my tools while I'm working.





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