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Unread 04-06-2013, 08:25 PM   #6
Elfmaze
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Are you going to weld the aluminum?
Poorly but yes. I'll never be able to get that whole "stack of dimes" thing down. But I can join the metal and sometimes I don't even blow a hole in it first! Equipment I'm using an Eastwood TIG 200, Been working pretty good for the hobby stuff I'm playing with.


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If you think you will be moving it around quite a bit, come up with a way that you can push the cart form the end without having to push the drums. This will come in handy when the drums are dirty, hot, etc.
I have thought about this but I'm not really sure how to make it happen yet. I'm using the two rubber wheels in the back and probably 4" castors in the front. Not sure how it will move yet.

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2. For your setup, I would suggest a handy place to hang your lid(s) so you can work quickly.
I would love to figure out a hinged lid like you have but my one Weber lid doesn't even seal correctly yet much less be hing-able.

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