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Old 12-22-2007, 11:03 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by hotnanas View Post
LS, where's a good place to get material to make a hitch hauler (hitch mounted dirtbike carrier) with? I am trying to do a budget build of one, and it shouldn't be complicated. I almost want to buy a welder to learn trying.
if u do, dont go buy garbage from home depot, Miller is the way to go, I have a Miller Syncrowave 180 TIG/Stick and a Millermatic 180 MIG welder at my house, im always lookin for projects so if u need help makin it let me know, ill only charge u for materials depending on how much work is involved (I need to work on my portfolio thats y i dont mind doin for free)
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