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    HF Welding Cart

    Just picked this up at the local store and I'm impressed. It was listed in the mail flyer at $129.99, regular $229.99 and with a 25% off coupon it came to $97.49. Not a bad little cart and much better than not having one at all. It is pretty heavy duty at 86lbs. Nice fit and finish. Comes with 2 1/2 drawers on ball bearing slides that feel solid and a small closed cabinet that I wish was another drawer. Decent casters, lots of places to hang stuff and a place for my tank.
    http://www.harborfreight.com/welding...l#.UxO4i4X4K2I
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    Sweet looking cart Ted.
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    Just got the northern tools version of that cart at a much higher price

    I had ordered it a week before the HF sale came out on it.

    Looks identical. Very handy cart, I like the drawers on it.
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    That is a sweet looking cart, but will it go off-road?

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    Actually, I've not gone off-road once since I've built it. Those drawers would come in handy though. For the sale price that was a steal!.
    Darren

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    That reminds me, I do have a garden cart that need re-engineering, and I need your front wheel design Darren...
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    I like the looks of that cart, Ted. Someday, in a galaxy far, far away, I hope to learn to weld and have a handy MIG setup like that.
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    good looking cart for the money!

    Great looking welder!
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