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MMW
MMW
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Last Activity: Today, 06:09 PM
Joined: 09-08-2005
Location: northern NJ
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  • MMW
    replied to Log splitter beam
    Spoke to my customer today and he loves it. Says it works great.

    Bls repair asks "Nice work ,what keeps the log from getting jammed between wedge and flanges"

    Answer - I assume since the flanges are about 3" high and slightly tapered being more open on the top...
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  • MMW
    replied to New to tig
    If you know someone who can tig well see if they can come over for a bit and help you out. If not maybe hire someone for an hour? Will lower the learning curve immensely and also reduce the bad habits you will form learning on your own provided they know what they are doing?

    If the tube...
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    Last edited by MMW; 03-29-2020, 04:18 PM.

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  • One more pic. If you interested in this one I can part with it. Post here as I don't check pms very often. Most parts are here. I plugged it in and wire feeds and makes an arc. Missing cover and nozzle pcs. but has all the cables.
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    Last edited by MMW; 03-29-2020, 04:10 PM.

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  • Here are some pics. Spoolmatic1. The cable is definitly kinked to fit around everything. Looks like it was done at the factory. Hope this helps.




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  • MMW
    replied to Front loader bucket
    Yes bolt on cutting edge was installed.
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  • I have an old one on the shelf but won't have time to pull it apart until the weekend, probably Sunday. I'm in northern NJ if you are interested in a parts one....
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  • MMW
    replied to Log splitter beam
    Flipped the beam and welded on the wedge. Then added two pcs of angle standing up to box it in and give it some side strength and capped the top. Wedge is 1" x 6" x 12" tall. Point of wedge is 5 ft. from end of beam. Used .045 innershield throughout. Have not heard from him yet, he was...
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    Last edited by MMW; 03-22-2020, 06:30 AM.

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  • MMW
    started a topic Log splitter beam

    Log splitter beam

    Customer wanted a wedge welded onto an I beam. It is a 24" beam laying on it's side, 40 ft long. He plans to pull up to it with his small excavater having the front blade against the end of the beam, then pick up the logs with the bucket/thumb, drop them on the beam and then use the bucket to drive...
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    Last edited by MMW; 03-22-2020, 06:28 AM.

  • MMW
    replied to Miller 12VS feeding issue
    Could be dirty trigger contacts or broken trigger wire somewhere along the gun. Start with pulling gun apart to inspect trigger contacts and clean them with fine sand paper. Check where wires attach to trigger, unplug and plug in a few times. You said you checked the circuit already but I would still...
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  • MMW
    replied to Front loader bucket
    Finished product pics. Nothing fancy, plated over what was there. Pic 1- 1/4" plate bottom plus 3/4" blocks. Multiple passes at loader arm lower attachment plus positioned those two blocks so they would catch there also. Pic 2- corners all squared up again and flat all the way across bottom....
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    Last edited by MMW; 03-20-2020, 06:13 AM.

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  • MMW
    started a topic Front loader bucket

    Front loader bucket

    Did two of these for a customer. Front backhoe bucket worn out at heel. Both buckets almost identical wearing and repair. I plated the lower back first to return the proper depth of the corners. Then plated the bottom and added some wear pads. The little pc. on the side is to fill in the gap that was...
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    Last edited by MMW; 03-20-2020, 06:14 AM.

  • MMW
    replied to International truck cab floor
    I was not able to work on this full days at a time so it took a little longer than it should have. All the stopping and starting adds time. Having said that I booked 55.5 hours start to finish. Includes moving truck in/out of shop, unbolting, disconnecting stuff, welding, fab, paint, running for...
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  • MMW
    replied to International truck cab floor
    Lastly he wanted me to address the back of the cab but I ran out of time to cut/weld plus redo some of the supports underneath as I had other work lined up. It was mostly cosmetic as the cab mounts here are inboard of the frame rails so this could easily wait for a long time. This side had rust through...
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    Last edited by MMW; 03-16-2020, 07:14 AM.

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  • MMW
    replied to International truck cab floor
    In between the two sides was a bolt in floor panel for engine access. Rotted out so had to fab a new one. Pic 2 drivers side painted, pic 3 center pc with engine covers back on, pic 4 passenger side painted. Once I was all done I went underneath and sprayed as best I could with fluid film all over....
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    Last edited by MMW; 03-16-2020, 07:16 AM.

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  • MMW
    replied to International truck cab floor
    Onto passenger side. I actually did this side first. Not anything different here. Pic 1 floor supports done (see fuel tank under floor, glad it was diesel), pic 2 from fenderwell, pic 3 floor buttoned up, pic 4 from fenderwell caulked up.




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  • MMW
    replied to International truck cab floor
    Next up was filling in the floors. I sprayed the insides of the supports with fluid film which is a waxy type of coating to help slow the rust. Just paint or undercoat doesn't do much unless you sand blast first but this stuff is supposed to contain/slow/stop the rust? Time will tell. Patch it in...
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  • MMW
    replied to International truck cab floor
    Cut out the floors while being careful to of any lines/wires underneath and making paper templates as I went to keep the shape as best I could. There was more than a dozen threaded nuts in the floor to hold the engine covers on so I had to make sure I was able to put those in the right location. Also...
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  • MMW
    started a topic International truck cab floor

    International truck cab floor

    Had to repair the floor and supports on a single axle dump truck. Goal was to make it solid but don't go overboard. Easy to say, hard to do. Customer was happy so I guess I accomplished the goal. Pulled up the layers of floor mats and water soaked insulation. Big holes and swiss cheese. Planned...
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