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    Made up a two-direction base today, to set my vise on the tripod, as an alternate to the tube notcher. Plasma'd the 3/8" plate (I'm clueless, hood was flashing on and off, took 3 tries) and pierced one bolt hole and moved two others a little. Migged it up. I think it's gonna work good. Vise has been moved around, clamped half-assed, I actually lost it for a couple months this year, now it will be good and usable.

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    Last edited by Jake98; 01-28-2012 at 08:24 PM.
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    Nice.. Thats actually a good idea that my have to use since I don't have a bench in the garage for a vise. This also allows for it to be pretty mobile..
    Jason
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    Yeah, the bulky part of it can sit out in the snow when it's not in use.
    Everlast PowerPlasma70
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    Lincoln A-D/C 225
    'Classic' Everlast Powertig 200DX 'We don't need no steenkin pre-flow..'
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