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  • Heavy D
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    Wow nice job looks great keep on burning

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  • wildfire
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    Originally posted by BDJ View Post
    Very nice professional job. I would rather overbuild than underbuild then you won't have to rebuild (hopefully).

    Man that's a great looking rig you built there but this quote cracked me up although it's so true!

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  • BDJ
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    Very nice professional job. I would rather overbuild than underbuild then you won't have to rebuild (hopefully).

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  • tnjind
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    Nice looking cart, most people(myself included) throw something together to get by with. Having the intention of doing something better later.
    Good to see you did it right to start with.

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  • EdZep
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    Thanks guys...

    I appreciate the kind words.

    Headnut, I had to look up Villa Rica on the map. Looks like you could make a quick run into Atlanta, if needbe. Heh, I so try to avoid that! I'm down in Columbus, and get my stuff from Jones, also good guys. I have been to Carrolton a few times, having bought my Kawasaki cruiser at CycleWorks, still more good guys.

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  • Headnut
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    Hi EdZep
    Nice cart you got there.
    Looks like O2plus bottles from Carrolton, that's my supplier good people.
    I live in Villa Rica.

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  • R W
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    A well designed and constructed O/A cart, among the best if not the the
    best I've seen.

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  • wireburner
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    LOoks GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I like the design

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  • EdZep
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    O/A cart - something a bit different

    OK, here's my first project post. This Oxy-Acetylene cart is my 4th project with my MM180. I'm particularly pleased with the unique design and fairly decent execution.

    Made for 80 and 75 cf tanks, this cart is fairly overbuilt, with 1 1/2 x 3 x 1/8 rectangular tubing, 3 x 3 x 1/8 square tubing, and 1/4 plate as primary components. Most steel came from the scrapyard for around $20. The wheels were slightly more expensive. I had originally run the axle inside the frame, but didn't like the balance. So, I welded on external ears and foot bars.

    There's a haze of loose red overspray on the floor, even though I did the spray painting on a canvas dropcloth at the other end of the shop; it was bloody cold outside!



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