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designer

posted on 22/3/22 at 12:04 PM Reply With Quote
Welding trolley & engine stand

Have two welding trolleys and an engine stand to clear.
30 each. Collct from WF4

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MikeR

posted on 23/3/22 at 12:49 PM Reply With Quote
Do you have any dimensions/ links to details on the weld trolley?
Just looking at making a new one to house Tig and mig plus gas. Wondering if I can save some time and metal.

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nick205

posted on 23/3/22 at 01:53 PM Reply With Quote
I made myself a trolley for my MIG + gas. Revelation to be able to rollit around to where I need it. Massively time saving and much tidier as everything's on the trolley. I picked up some castors free from work, but probably used 30 worth of steel and plywood making the trolley.
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posted on 23/3/22 at 03:33 PM Reply With Quote
Both for 50



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MikeR

posted on 23/3/22 at 07:02 PM Reply With Quote
Will check but I suspect it's not big enough, when I measured up the size of the Tig, plus gas bottle Im sure I was close to 36" . I also probably need more space for the mug to live under it.

Currently (for the last 15 years) the mig had lived on a converted old BBQ trolley that was being thrown out

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