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  • ryanjones2150
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    I've heard nothing but good things about SWAG tools.

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  • JOE WAYNE
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    Also, I powered it with a handheld power threader

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  • JOE WAYNE
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    The wings, bottle jack and 1.5” pipe die

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  • Ltbadd
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    Cool, and the long gate in the background.

    For the HF roller, did you just add the Swag wings, or were there other enhancements?

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  • JOE WAYNE
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    And another try
    Attached Files

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  • JOE WAYNE
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    I’ll try it again

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  • JOE WAYNE
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    The photo didn’t load with my post.

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  • JOE WAYNE
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    Well my the second verse turned out as good as the first, here’s a walk through gate made from the left overs of the big gate. The swag off-road attachments for the Harbor Frieght roller are the only way to go. There was a bit of a learning curve, but it works pretty well.

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  • Willvis
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    Originally posted by JOE WAYNE View Post
    I used a harbor freight roll bender with dies and attachments from Swag Offroad
    Thats a nice bender they sell. I may have to pick one up if I get into a bunch of railing work. Shipping to Canada is propably pretty expensive. You guys get all the good stuff down there.

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  • MAC702
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    Put the sliding bit on the gate, and then it can swing any direction.

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  • JOE WAYNE
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    I might before it’s over with. Need to spend money in other places for now

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  • ryanjones2150
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    Are you going to put an auto opener doohickey on it?

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  • JOE WAYNE
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    I used a harbor freight roll bender with dies and attachments from Swag Offroad

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  • Willvis
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    Looks good. 1 1/2" sch 40 is pretty thin so maybe stitch a piece of 1x1/4 flat bar to the hinge side and then weld your hinges to the flat bar. How did you bend the pieces in the middle?

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  • FusionKing
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    I think its turning out very nice!!

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