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post #21 of 24
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Len, thanks for all of the help. IOP is a great area, I have a lot of friends from the area. Glad to see gamecocks and tigers at least agree on BBQ haha. I just finished a late night putting in new trailer lights and fixing up some rough spots on the trailer. Will be posting pictures of fb and trailer soon. Hope everyone approves, comments are well appreciated.

post #22 of 24
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Below are a host of pictures, I know everyone loves pictures on this site haha. For the most part, it is just pictures of the firebox and the new trailer. The firebox is not done, we still have some more welding and the trailer pictures is more just us cleaning some areas off and installed some new trailer lights. Please let me know what everyone thinks, I love the input from this site. Hope everyone likes. Also, I was wondering if I should sandblast the tank and a few spots on trailer and whats the cheapest/best way to do this, thanks.

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post #23 of 24
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Hey, sorry I havent posted in a while. Over the past three weeks, me and my buddy have gotten a lot done and am almost finished. Below are a bunch of pictures of the progress. Please let me know what everyone thinks. Also, we want to install the exhaust but cant find any 6in pipe. Would it make a difference if we just had two 3in pipes next to each other? Thanks for the help. Also please dont judge our cuts or welds too bad haha. Weve done all cuts with either a sawsaw or angle grinder and we have an old lincoln "buzzbox" stick welder. Overall Im pretty pleased with how well it has turned out so far given our limited supply of tools.

 

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post #24 of 24
May I suggest you move the hinges over to allow for the door seal.... The door will open a lot easier and won't bend the seal when it does open..... I've made that mistake as have others... And elevate the hinge pin so the door won't spring when you weld them.... Door Hinge Pin goes where the RED arrow is, outside the seal...

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