Dodge welding rig

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Amt snap dually. Scratch built bed. Machined oxygen bottle. Here is the inspiration and where I'm at so far

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Looking good..

Sharp looking bed too..

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Solid start and looks nice so far...

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Very impressive start, great looking bed!! :)

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Wow, nice looking rig. You don't see too many of these as a model. I am looking forward to seeing this come together. Great job so far. Keep up the good work.

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Got the skirting on and cut the hole for the acetylene tank. Also found some fenders that work perfectly. They are from a revell 32 ford.

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awesome looking bed!

a small, small lift would look real cool too

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Amaizing job!

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Interesting truck! Will be watching your progress.

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whouw thats soo cool !

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Looks great so far

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Got the bottom radius made on the back, rolled the front side panels and made the acetylene tank and sunk it in the bed

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This is one totally cool build. It looking great so far.

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Got the fenders glued on and the taillights and liscence plate recessed.

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Very cool!!! Would look good on the back of a drop deck

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Looks great.

Mark

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great progress , love it !

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Looks Awesome... Great job!

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Looks great are you going to make it a king cab?

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Got a little body work done. Also made the other oxy tank and the hoosier pole.

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If your gonna open that hood up, I've got a resin 12v cummins for ya!

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Got the "rhino lining" on tonight.

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The "rhino lining" is looking good but a bit too glossy..

Great looking bed tho..

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The "rhino lining" is looking good but a bit too glossy..

Great looking bed tho..

Thanks. I thought the same thing when I did a test on a spoon but when I matched it to a brand new rhino job on a coworkers truck it was perfect. I think the light shinning right on it makes it look glossier.

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Nice rig, I like all the smooth round corners. I have always said the only dumb question is the one you did not ask so I am gonna ask. What is a Hoosier pole and how is it used?

Thanks

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