How about 1 of these?? This is what I used(the 2nd from the top)
Hey, Chester, if you ever get the chance, please take a pic of your cart when it's unloaded so we can see the details. There is some great design in there!
This the detail you were looking for?
It is all pretty straight forward. The cart started life making my Linc. buzz box mobile, but I quickly realised it was better suited to being wall mounted. So, I installed another set of tracks above, that suited the tanks, that's the only reason for that double tracking. The tanks just sit in there loose and are retained by that swing up bar in front.
All the material used is junk that was on hand. Bed rails, pipe and some square bar. I believe I got those wheels at Princess Auto for something like $3 (it was built in 1982)
One more.....the tubes are lifted about 3/8" above the caps to allow any accumulated junk to fall out.
Anything I missed?
Chester, that is one of the nicests carts i've seen, great job!!
Wow, what timing- looky what I found in the dumpster today!
I think I just found my new startings for my in-line cart:
You can't use that cart it's broken
Something I would (will) add is a nest for a hot torch. The cheapie cart that came with my kit has no place to hang the torch without the risk of touching one of the hoses with a still-hot torch tip.
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