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I also must state here that I am not a welder, some of the welds may appear to be bubblegum, Once I get the whole project tacked and stripped I will go back and grind, & plate the bad welds.

I do much better when I can get at the welding on a flat level surface and not laying on the ground.

You may also notice as I go on I tend to overkill the project, I have never had anything I have welded come apart after I am finished with it.

This is the right rear tacked together, with a gusset I was fitting. The top bar is welded on both sides the bottom is only welded on the top.
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