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Old 09-02-2015, 03:55 PM   #141
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pretty neat !

hey if you're ever in houston i could use a good mentoring on Aluminum Tigging ! Ive got everything....including the cold beer
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Old 09-03-2015, 08:57 AM   #142
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pretty neat !

hey if you're ever in houston i could use a good mentoring on Aluminum Tigging ! Ive got everything....including the cold beer
I have TIGGed but that was done with a spool gun on a single phase Hobart 190... spatter gun... Thanks
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wire/mig isnt a problem for me....tigging aluminum is proving a bit more difficult.
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Old 04-06-2016, 12:00 PM   #144
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So my budget toter is now on the market I am stepping up to a larger rig to do some trips cross country... garage holds a Jeep TJ or LJ

asking $12,000

but open to offers

just completed a 600+ round trip last weekend and she ran perfectly

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Have you found a replacement? A friend of mine is selling his truck. It works great for hauling a Jeep on the deck and a trailer of whatever you want. 2003 International HD Jeep Hauler & 5th Wheel Tow Vehicl for Sale in NASHVILLE, TN | RacingJunk Classifieds

This a beautiful build too. And I know he's motivated and will sell it for a bit less than that asking price.
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Thank you... That is definitely a sweet ride... I have contacted him regarding more info and pictures
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Good, he's a great guy. For sure I wouldn't expect him to screw you on it. The bed was built by 2L Trucks in Texas. And then he had JW Morgan do a bunch of improvements on it in Tennessee. I've seen the truck at the HDT Rally and it's real nice. He's got a ton of money into that build. You'd save lots buying that over building something similar.
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Good, he's a great guy. For sure I wouldn't expect him to screw you on it. The bed was built by 2L Trucks in Texas. And then he had JW Morgan do a bunch of improvements on it in Tennessee. I've seen the truck at the HDT Rally and it's real nice. He's got a ton of money into that build. You'd save lots buying that over building something similar.

looks great but he threw a ton of $ at a truck that just does not hold its value... I found a COE satalite rig... but thanks
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Apples to oranges I think. Disregarding how much money he threw at it, I think for $37k that truck would certainly retain quite a bit of it's value now. I built up my '86 Corvette for track use. I put a ton of money into it. I sold it for pennies on the dollar. The guy that bought it drove it for a year and sold it for the same as what he paid me for it. So yes, I put a ton of $ into a car that did not hold it's value. But, now it's holding it's value. Oh well. I'm glad you've found something that works for you.
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