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Big 40 & Trailer

by S. Andersen
  • Big 40 & Trailer
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  • Project Description

    I rebuilt a '74 Miller big 40 from the ground up & fabbed the trailer using a dropped axle from my '55 Chevy p-u project then made a frame to hold my mini-gang box

    Build Process

    Removed axle & fabbed tie rod adjuster. Painted & assembled frame, mounted re-built welder and gang box.

    Tools Used

    Miller 354mp, chop saw, grinders, drill, 2x3 & 2x2 steel tubing, an axle & 2" ball hitch.

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