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    Using Smiths Little Torch and Hobart 135
    Just a passtime for this old duck

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    Re: Tin Babies & Dogs

    Originally posted by TheOldOne
    Using Smiths Little Torch and Hobart 135
    Just a passtime for this old duck
    OK. O.O. I am intrigued by the reference to tin babies and dogs.

    Aside from being a weldor, for 45 years, my wife and I are dog breeders, show handlers, Trainers and doggie related stuff. We breed Staffordshire Bull Terriers, a rare little dog from the UK. I haven't mentioned it here, 'cause I want to mainly stick to welding, but I couldn't resist asking the question.

    Can you clarify, for me?

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    • #3
      Tin & Dogs

      I tried to upload a picture but couldn't make it happen. The dogs are steel made with 1.12 steel tubing.

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      • #4
        One More Try

        Not a good picture but am going to try "one" more time.

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        • #5
          HI........ OH MY I WOULD THINK THEY WOULD CATCH ON REAL FAST........ MY NEIGHBOR LADY BROUGHT OVER AN OLD CROW AND ASKED IF I COULD WELD IT UP FOR HER.......MINIMUM 10 LAYERS OF PAINT, VERY THIN WAS RUSTED FOR A LONG TIME BEFORE THE PAINT........... TIG (AT LEAST IT WASN'T ALUMINUM) WELDED IT UP FOR HER............. I WORK CHEAP SOMETIMES......SHE BAKED ME AN APPLE PIE (HOMEMADE FROM SCRATCH) WHEN I WOULDN'T TAKE ANY MONEY FOR IT......... SHE ALSO HAS A CAT WEATHER VANE ON HER GARAGE AND THE LION FOR A SCARE CROW IN HER GARDEN.........YES THE LION IS ABOUT 2 OR 3 FOOT TALL AND IS FROM THE WIZARD OF OZZ......AND NO I DIDN'T MAKE IT..... AND I MUST ADMIT I THINK THE TIN MAN WOULD GO REAL WELL WITH HER GARDEN.......... HAVE SOME FUN............ROCK
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          • #6
            That's quite a patriotic little army you have there, O.O.!! Did you use O/A to weld them? Really cool!

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            • #7
              Old one

              Hey Old One:
              Nice looking project. ****...I like the yard too! How do you keep it so green?
              Tim

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              • #8
                Re: Old one

                Originally posted by Tim
                Hey Old One:
                Nice looking project. ****...I like the yard too! How do you keep it so green?
                Tim
                I just slap the weed and feed plus lime once or twice a year. I mow about 3 acres. Gets to be a pain at time. My wife likes to run the tractor so that sure helps.

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