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post #46 of 51 Old 03-23-2011, 06:32 PM
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very nice. First time?! Very well done! Some people are just cut to do this type of thing... How did you come up with all of the dimensions?

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post #47 of 51 Old 03-28-2011, 05:34 PM Thread Starter
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very nice. First time?! Very well done! Some people are just cut to do this type of thing... How did you come up with all of the dimensions?
Thanks! I just used a tape measure really. No crazy scientific formulas.
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post #48 of 51 Old 05-21-2011, 01:04 AM
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Hey great job. I'm really impressed. Looks very nice and you obviously put a lot of work and sweat into it. I have one question though. I too have a Hobart 110, but at 135 instead of 140. I'm curious what your voltage settings were (1-4) and what your wire speed (aka amps) were throughout your project. Also, were you able to get good penetration on the thicker stuff like the bumper mounts and d-ring mounts? Finally, how long were you able to weld before blowing your welder circuit breaker? If it ever did.

Thanks and great job. You've just shown me I to can build quality things with a 110 volt welder.

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Amazing work! i will take one! LOL
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Nice work!! I got a piece of slag up the nose recently... It was painful haha especially in such a sensitive area.

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post #51 of 51 Old 05-14-2012, 11:00 AM
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OK guys, here it is. I posted all of this in my build thread over the course of 2 weeks. Here it is all condensed. Couple notes: I know my welds need improvement. Im working on that. And if it looks remarkably like Besrk's, that because I used his write up as a template. . The whole thing is 3/16" thick, my little HH140 cant handle 1/4". Shackle tabs are 1" and bumper mounts are 1/4." The bumper mounts, shackle tabs, receiver and spindle are all from A-Z. The whole thing was built with a grinder, chop saw and my HH140. What I wouldnt give for a plasma cutter!
What are the specs onthe tube used for the bumpers? I know you said 3/16" thick. 2x4?

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