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  • garyput
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    Originally posted by Jitter
    Nice cart...want to sell your old tig runner cart?? Let me know

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    Already sold it.

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  • Jitter
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    tig cart

    Nice cart...want to sell your old tig runner cart?? Let me know

    [email protected]

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  • garyput
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    The last cart I had was very similar to this one and after using it for 5 1/2 years there was some things I wanted different and I made those changes when I built this cart. It's probably good that I don't have alot more room or I would probably have a few more pieces of equipment.

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  • VBI
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    The cart looks fine. I can tell you spent quality time designing exactly what works for you and your environment. Now you have room for another machine!

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  • garyput
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    Originally posted by pjseaman
    Gary:
    Nice cart, mine is similar only smaller. Here is the post, http://www.millermotorsports.com/mbo...ead.php?t=1934
    Keep up the great work,

    Thanks!!

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  • Paul Seaman
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    Gary:
    Nice cart, mine is similar only smaller. Here is the post, http://www.millermotorsports.com/mbo...ead.php?t=1934
    Keep up the great work,

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  • garyput
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    The rod tubes are 1 3/4" od tube, .125 wall and the caps are 2"od, .125 wall tube.

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  • drscotch
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    Nice work. What did you use for your rod tubes? Looks like you have caps for them too.

    Thanks

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  • aametalmaster
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    Cart looks good, PLEASE chain those bottles to the wall...Bob

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  • garyput
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    Thanks for pointing that out. Guess that's what instuction books are for huh. We're men, we don't need no stinking instructions.

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  • Spencer
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    Whats wrong with this picture?

    garyput, either you have your torch cables hooked up wrong or I do. I have attached a diagram for you to review.
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  • Blown S-10
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    looks good

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  • garyput
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    Right after I bought the 185 I bought a Lincoln square wave tig and it didn't have a cart with it, about 5 1/2 years ago. I built a cart for the Lincoln tig and mm185 so my stuff wouldn't be taking up space with two different carts. When I bought the Dynasty last month it also came with a cart but everything wouldn't fit into the old cart so I gave it to the guy that bought my Lincoln tig and went ahead and built this new cart. Yes it was time consuming but I made some changes to this cart that I like better than the old one. Hope that kinda answers your question, if I had a bigger shop I would probably have them seperated but I only have a 20X24 shop and space is very important. I made it so that the mm185 can come out of the cart fairly easy. It was only out of the old cart 2 times in the past 5 1/2 years that I have owned it.

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  • Wheat
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    Gary,
    Great set-up but why when the MM185 comes with a factory running gear would you take it off and join the two?? It just looks labor intensive if you want to take the mig off and do a job away from the garage.

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  • Got my weld cart finished for MM185 and Dynasty 300DX.....

    Finally got my cart finished that I started awhile back, I like how it turned out. Looks like it would be top heavy but it isn't. It carries it's weight really well.
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