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The beginings of my Disco Burner!

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I know that I could go out and buy a pre-fab discada stand & burner, but those here that know me, know that's not the way I roll. I've had an idea in the back of my head for a while and have been patiently watching CL for a good deal. Well yesterday was the day! I picked up 4 steel rims for $10.00!! I have two different plans for these guys so watch here as things develop.

 

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This should be interesting. A discada is on my wish list! 

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Ok kinda stupid here what is a discada burner. Sorry
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Ok kinda stupid here what is a discada burner. Sorry

It will be a propane burner for my Discada. Similar to something like this:

 

 

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Watching I love watching people work LOL

 

Richie

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Well now that is just cool hmmmmm
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I'm in
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Looking good. I love the name! I'm in to see the finished product.

 

Disco

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Some more inspiration photos...

 

 

 

 

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Nice!   I bet that really can get very hot...

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Nice thread Case ! I seriously gotta get a disc...

Wow, ya got the discada part of the forum going.....

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Nice thread Case ! I seriously gotta get a disc...

Wow, ya got the discada part of the forum going.....

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You sure do!

Need to get mine going. This cold weather snap has put a hamper on outdoor activities like welding!
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DS2003, I'm thoroughly impressed by your workmanship! Well done .

post #14 of 39
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Warmed up enough for me to pick up frozen pieces of steel and word today.

I was going to reuse a burner I had, but after trying to thread the new needle valve I decided to buy a new burner too.

I might cut the legs down a bit but for now I'm going wait until I use it a few times.

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Burner will set through this slot. Cut with grinder.

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New burner will be here Wednesday. Bit more fab then off to the sand blast shop.




Smoke away!!!
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So after a good nights sleep I decided that the burner is going to need a place for utensils. It also is going to need handles. Steel rims weigh a ton! I am going to keep with the horseshoe theme and add a few.

 

I still need to cut out the center of the wheel. I think that it is going to interfere with the burner too much. Good thing I stocked up on cutting wheels!

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New burner arrived. Think I will use rectorseal on the threads. Anyone see a problem with this? I've never seen teflon tape on these joints before.

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I used teflon tape on all the joints in my propane line. No leaks. No problems.

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is it done is it done is it done!!

 

DS

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is it done is it done is it done!!

 

DS

Still working on it... Since I can't use my grinder in my garage I have to work when the weather allows. Been too much rain pouring down!

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Where did you get the disc? Love the handles.

 

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