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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by NCSULandscaper, Mar 4, 2004.
Just about finished with the homeade spreader rack.........nothing but paint to go now.
hers a crap sketch of what i would do to eliminate the tie down
7018 is that the rod you used? Crank the heat up to 175 and you will get better penetration.
Yea i thought about doing a type of bumper hinge like you drew, but you cant see in the picture, but there is a bolt welded to the side with the spreader stand that keeps it from shifting side to side, the strap was quick to tie it down securely, takes less than 10 seconds to put it in the rack and strap down.
I can Handel 10 sec but any longer and you would have to scrap the hole thing lololo
Didnt use rods, MIG welded with .35 flux core wire..
i thought there were bebes on there my bad
Yea there are, just goes along with using flux core really. That was before i ground all the welds smooth and cleaned it up nice, getting ready for paint.
Looks good, Matt...got an extra one ready yet?LOL..Nice work..