Bearing puller plates I’m making for a local commercial hvac company. Small one they used earlier in the year and I’m just finishing up the big one now. Big bearing is 7-1/2” plates are 13”x10”.
Planning the same for my Dodge 3500. WI had about 7 hours today in fab/welding the sliders for my K30. Decided to incorporate the front cab mount into the slider. Came out pretty trick. And the transfer case is rebuilt and ready to mount the magnum box & paint. Couple more Sundays and I can wheel the frame out for blasting and Steel-It. The fun part begins.
real cool...Can't post to many revealing pics, but this is what I have going on in the shop right now.
Its an 82mm (3.5" for us mericans) pneumatic artillery cannon for triggering avalanches. It shoots a 2.5 lb explosive payload with a range of 2500 meters.
I do lots of pressure vessels and stainless usually, but got rather excited when this project rolled in the door.
Really hope we get to test fire it
Oh trust me, I want one really bad too! The actual barrel is 12' long and the entire thing mounts on a 360° azimuth plate.real cool...
and why have you been hiding this from us and can we have the drawings
Had to help a coworker out yesterday. Seems Ford made some frame rail changes between 2011 and now, so his bed slide brackets didn’t fit his new F250. A little time on the waterjet, two bends on the press brake and a little rattle can.
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