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  • tacmig
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    Oooh Yaaaaa

    Originally posted by 2much2do View Post
    Hey Tac, I prefer to get my welding gases from Airgas, but your other "supplier" is pretty good too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Ya, Taco Bell has been pretty good to me. Great for fast spot welds!

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  • 2much2do
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    Hey Tac, I prefer to get my welding gases from Airgas, but your other "supplier" is pretty good too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • 2much2do
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    You bring the beer, I'll bring the Brisket!!!!!!!!!

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  • tacmig
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    Ehhh-Hooo-Leeyy

    Originally posted by 2much2do View Post
    I built this one out of a 55 gallon maple syrup barrel,with an old steel forklift propane tank with an old ammo box welded to it for a firebox. The frame is a bit heavier than needed, but the material was free. the handles were in a previous life chipping hammers. I haven't painted it yet. That's where I ran out of time. The shelf is scavenged rectangular tubing tig welded together. (only reason I used tig was to play with a new toy!) It's not the prettiest thing in the world but looks weren't necessarily what I was after. It works great, and cost wayyy less than that Chinese piece of crap you're talking about. Speaking of which I have a couple racks of ribs in it I need to pull and eat.
    Blast it, powder it and slap a slab of beef in that puppy 4 me!

    TacMig

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  • welder_one
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    find an old hot water heater and take out the tank, you dont have to build a full frame to reach the ground from waist high, you can make it slide into a receiver hitch, sky's the limit. this one is from a day when i had nothing to do, took about 3 hours


    http://www.millerwelds.com/education...?t=1658&page=2


    the second post has the pics of the grill

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  • 2much2do
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    I built this one out of a 55 gallon maple syrup barrel,with an old steel forklift propane tank with an old ammo box welded to it for a firebox. The frame is a bit heavier than needed, but the material was free. the handles were in a previous life chipping hammers. I haven't painted it yet. That's where I ran out of time. The shelf is scavenged rectangular tubing tig welded together. (only reason I used tig was to play with a new toy!) It's not the prettiest thing in the world but looks weren't necessarily what I was after. It works great, and cost wayyy less than that Chinese piece of crap you're talking about. Speaking of which I have a couple racks of ribs in it I need to pull and eat.
    Last edited by 2much2do; 03-10-2008, 05:09 AM.

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  • Dustyhaze75
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    cooking on the go ......................

    I'd love to see a picture as well. sure sounds better than hanging a can of pork and beans off your smoke stack lol. I remember one year while working on a peterbuilt truck, we found a BBQ wired to the bottom of the guys oil pan. you know ............the small camping ones? lol lol lol. I couldent believe it. he was using it to heat his oil pan in the cold weather. lmao, things some people will do. back in the day, loggers used to put a full roll of toilet papper in a tobacco can, fill it half full of brake line antifreeze. the toilet papper would absorb the brake line antifreeze and dry up. when this was lit it would burn for hours and hours fume free. I'ts usually used to heat up an oil pan but some have used this to survive in thier trucks while broken down in 30 below weather. usually picker trucks because picker trucks sometimes go into the bush alone.

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  • welderman23
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    i have seen a few of these pits . some built into the bed ,some bolted on to the back .some big and small it all depends what you have to use and how you want to do it. ill try to send some pics

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