Question about Welding Tools
Posted by Anonymous on
This is a FUN project.
No instructions is even more fun.
Patience and logic.....
Hopefully you have alll the parts.
Spread them all out and then sort them.
Organize into categories:
- frame components.
The various bits have to be attached to each other so that the finished cart will receive the welder.
Take your time, loosely assemble what you think it might be, involve the wife and kids.
Eventually you'll get it and there won't be too many extra parts.
Hint! They sometimes give you extra parts in case you lose some.
Count the nuts and bolts and washers. Match them up to what they will hold together.
Remember, it's a fun project. Lot's of people NEVER read the instructions, much less use them.
Red Green would be proud of you!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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