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  1. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    While bush hogging through some heavy brush the front of the tractor ran into a limb and broke a weld on the radiator guard. The brush guard frame is inch and a quarter angle iron with perforated steel making the actual guard. This is probably the second or third time the weld has broke. The...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    My setup, a coleman 7200 watt generator with a Lincoln Electric 125 model wire feeder welding machine. Somewhat portable as I need a little help getting the generator into the back of the truck. But anywhere I can take my truck I can weld. This pic I am welding some chain link on a deer...
  3. General Discussion
    hey does anyone know where to start looking for a good reliable welder that is not to expensive....i have looked at miller and lincoln but they are pretty expensive at the time for me so if you know where i could find a good one let me know...Thanks in advance
  4. General Discussion
    Alright so im building a go kart and I wanna invest in a nice compact MIG welder. Anyone have any ideas? The welder is gonna be used on cars and little around the house jobs and for building mini bikes and go karts. Not too expensive also. I want one that will deliver nice strong welds.
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    As part of educating myself to be more self-reliant, I have looked into taking a welding course. The troubling thing about the courses in my area is that their descriptions seem to emphasize the "art" of welding and all the "artistic" challenges it can present. As someone with an interest in...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Well, Im not sure if Im posting this in the right section, but here it goes anyway. Im looking to buy a welder soon, and came across an ad in a magazine I subscribe to. it was for Harbor Freight, and they have the Chicago Electric 90 Amp MIG/Flux welder on sale for $89.99. The last time I...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Well, my bar-b-q pit is not big enough so I am adding a smoker. This will give the pit 2 more grills 24 inches in diameter. The smoke stack is being coped to make a 90 degree angle and relocated to the top of the smoker. Part of the stack will be used to make the inlet pipe, and the rest used...
  8. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    These are some I have built. The first picture is a spring assist door and is 4'hx4'wx8l' door is 3.5'h x 2.5'w, and is set with a trip stick at the rear of the trap where i pour the sour mixture over the stick and they root around and trip it (most caught at a time 9). The second...
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Welding, as with anything else is a skill. A person does not have to be perfect or good at it, but everyone should have a basic understanding of the welding operation. Welding is the operation of joining pieces of material together. Metals as well as plastics can be welded. When reading an...
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