1976 Ford F250 4x2 - Equipment


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Album Title: Equipment
Gear that makes life easier
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moncky wrench Sumter County, South Carolina
1976 Ford F250 Spray bomb camo
460 automatic 4x2
Interior: sort of
Exterior: Rustoleum
Mileage: 0
Modifications
Built from several donors, 460/C6. Holmes 440 boom extended.
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Features pipe ram-lock supporting dead hydraulic cyl., T-handle ...


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Front of cab supported above rails by old schoolbus bumper. ...


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Note chain grab hook added to Wyeth-Scott comealong. Grab hooks ...


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Bent frame cut it in half for convenience. Rolled lt. side harne ...


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Pitman arm with (impact) 3/4" drive female to 1/2" drive male ad ...


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Cut down fluted screw extractor makes a powerful close-quarters ...


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Copy of one I saw on Weldingweb (great site). Note the safety ch ...


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Top view of adapter on medical oxygen cylinder with welding regu ...


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Friend with machine shop turned a couple of custom "high flow" a ...


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Note that the propane tip is two-piece for easy cleaning. Thes ...


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Good way to put those free/cheap propane and oxygen cylinders to ...


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Western Enterprises CGA-510 fitting and elbow, generic "LP to 1/ ...


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You want this one, older is better. OA welding was perfected ...


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You can use gaugeless preset regulators with CO2, nitrogen, or a ...


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Clipping a derelict box van to make a stout useful shed. ...


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