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Username Post: My Welding Cart        (Topic#105)
Todd Wallace 
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Todd Wallace
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Registered on 02-10-09
08-03-09 07:04 AM - Post#168    


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This was a cart in a dumpster behind a grocery store. It was a meat cart. The handle and casters were broken. I put new casters on it. Cut a hole for the gas tank. Welded a small bottle tray to the front..finally added a bit of ladder rack that I had out back from my old office. The cover is a barbeque cover from Walmart. I use them around the garage for engine covers, welding cart cover and horizontal band saw cover. They come in different sizes and give a good look to something needs hiding.

180 Amp Hobart Welder on top and small Plazma cutter down below. The ladder rack gives me something to wrap all the cords around which includes the 220 extension cord which is bulky. keeps it put up in a tidy way.







 
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