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Alright guys. Here is a new section for you to show off your skills, or the lack there of. This section is for you to post any project dealing with fabrication, being turbo kits, custom suspension, roll cages, bumpers, ect. A great place to post and show others what can be done in their own garages. Tell us what kind of metal you are using, type welder, style of welding, what your using to bend tubing, and so on. We look forward to seeing some awesome projects posted here. This section is not to be confused with the projects section, this is for metal work only. On your truck, side by side, quad, rock buggy, or even metal buildings. Basically, If your using metal to build something, this section is for you!

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very nice addition!
got a front bumper build to add shortly
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Trailer included lol
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Fabrication?
Looks like a bed for a rollback wrecker.....
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Close! Rollback Deck.

Edit: beat me to it
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Awesome!! Thanks!
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Close! Rollback Deck.
I was close enough lol. It's been a long day
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Good job on the new section. Now maybe I can learn some things.
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My log splitter weighs about 700lbs and it's a pain to move around in the grass so I decided to take a 1/4 plate, a 2inch reciever and mount it on the back of the lawn mower, works perfect...
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Working on a bran new Great Dane trailer at work. Had to build a new heavy duty bumper for it and ill be mounting a Barco crane on it as well. Here's a pic I grabbed today ill get more of the finished bumper tmrw.
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Nice welds
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Are you running Lincoln 56 wire?
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Running randor er70s6 .035 using 75/25 mix for the gas.
I finally got my boss to buy a new lead and gun and everything for it and its much better before I could hardly weld a bead 2" long without it popping and sputtering and ****.
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Here's my bumper, 3" X 1" on part of the mounts, mostly 3/8" X 6" & 7" plate, all square tube is 1/4" wall, deck is 1/8" tread plate, and There is a little 16 ga. for trim, and 14- 1/2" X 2" grade 8 bolts. Welders used were a millermatic 265 MIG, and a Delta arc power source, can't remember the feeder on that one. .035 wire with 92/ 8 gas. feed set around 28V/ 395.

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Battery relocation- Box itself is 3/16" with a 1" X 2" X 1/8" channel sub structure. And the massively oversized CAT batteries to go along.

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Headache rack- bed rails are 3/16" broke out, outside of the rack is 2" X 4" X 1/8", light boxes are 10 ga., cross bars and upper rails are 1- 1/4" X 3/16" square on a diamond. I will have work lights bolted towards center on the light boxes.
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That headache rack and those bed rails are awesome!
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Thank you, trying to cut angles with it on a diamond is a PITA. I still need to get it powder coated and wired up.
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Started on my headache rack for my '12 f150 5.5 bed. 3x3 tubeing turned 45* off of square. Not fun getting the correct angles. Ended up drawing a outline on the floor and laying It out. Came out almost perfectly symetrical
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I'm converting a bullet bike over to a reverse trike
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Rear blocks I built for my truck.
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^^ now that looks pretty sweet. Good job. Are they tapered or flat?
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I'm converting a bullet bike over to a reverse trike
Nice work, show more please!
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^^ now that looks pretty sweet. Good job. Are they tapered or flat?
warped

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^^ now that looks pretty sweet. Good job. Are they tapered or flat?
7 degree taper
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Would have to only weld sections at a time not continuous beads in order to keep them from warping right? They look really nice though!

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Would have to only weld sections at a time not continuous beads in order to keep them from warping right? They look really nice though!

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Thanks, I spot welded every thing first then I ran my beads. Yes it warped, just means it wasn't a cold weld. Easy fix though, while it's still hot throw it in the vice and bend the tabs back.
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oh they look great.. could have tack welded some thicker bar stock across the plate to keep it from warping though.. knock the bars off after its cooled and grind the tacks off...

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Or just used multiple tacks, instead of a continuous bead.
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Or just used multiple tacks, instead of a continuous bead.
thats blasphemy coming from a certified welder.... maybe it's just me but i couldn't bare it if i ran a solid bead of tacks across it...

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thats blasphemy coming from a certified welder.... maybe it's just me but i couldn't bare it if i ran a solid bead of tacks across it...

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Not a solid bead of tacks. Stitch weld it.
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Not a solid bead of tacks. Stitch weld it.
you said tacks.. not stitch.. lol.. but it looks like he did stitch it if you look close you can see start and stops..

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Aaahhh, I'm not going to beat him up over it, lol.
There are heat marks on the top plate, and it doesn't take much to warp 1/2" plate.
Its a nice piece, for sure.
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Aaahhh, I'm not going to beat him up over it, lol.
There are heat marks on the top plate, and it doesn't take much to warp 1/2" plate.
Its a nice piece, for sure.
i wasn't either.. looks great

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ThAt looks like a lot of fun
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ThAt looks like a lot of fun
If I ever get it done
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Those look sweet! Preheat, backstep/stitch or angling in the opposite direction to compensate for distortion are all things you can try. I like the flatbar idea Lincoln suggested too. Need to try that one sometime. If you have a mill you could always mill it flat afterwards as long as you don't have to remove too much material.
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Those look sweet! Preheat, backstep/stitch or angling in the opposite direction to compensate for distortion are all things you can try. I like the flatbar idea Lincoln suggested too. Need to try that one sometime. If you have a mill you could always mill it flat afterwards as long as you don't have to remove too much material.
thats what we had to do back in college when we where learning how to weld xray quality welds...

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I'll definitely try that next time, thanks!
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