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Old 08-06-2008, 05:46 AM
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Very nice!! Your welds look like you used a glue gun.
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Very nice!! Your welds look like you used a glue gun.
HAHA!!! I was thinking the samething!

Nice job, CO! It looks awesome.
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Very nice!! Your welds look like you used a glue gun.

I thought the same thing after I painted it. Didn't seem to look like that before paint. I had my buddy who fabs for a living inspect all the welds and he said I was good to go. I had to fix two of them.
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WOW- nice job man!!! How does the latch/ handle work? It looks like it maybe not closed in your pics?
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WOW- nice job man!!! How does the latch/ handle work? It looks like it maybe not closed in your pics?

It's not closed because it's freshly painted and was not yet dry when I took the pics. The latch is a McMaster locking latch. It was pretty expensive, around $41.00
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It's not closed because it's freshly painted and was not yet dry when I took the pics. The latch is a McMaster locking latch. It was pretty expensive, around $41.00

That latch looks HD!!!!!!!

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