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    • More Cab Mount Fabrication

      It seems like an endless cycle all I have been working on is these dang cab mounts! But it is the basis for how the rest of the body will be situated, so I guess even though it is boring, it is necessary to make sure it is all done right. Today I worked on the towers I fabricated in the last posts. I mocked up them up on the brackets and marked and drilled them for the bolt that will attach everything to together. I used our Drill Index Set to drill the hole large enough to fit the bolt through. I will be using our Hole Saw Kit to make a larger hole in the top plate in to allow an extension and socket to fit down into the town and tighten the bolt down.

      Next I used our new Prototype Plasma Cutter Attachment and the Versa Cut Plasma Cutter to cut out a replacement piece for the left front cab mount bracket. This made the cut super clean, and left almost no slag to clean up!

      Thanks for watching!

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    • A Sneak Peak at the Next Must-Have Plasma Attachment

      Here at Eastwood we are constantly look for ways to make jobs you do in your shop easier, quicker, and cheaper; but at a price you can stomach. This neat little tool is due to launch in early 2012, and when coupled with your Versa Cut Plasma Cutter, you will be able to make cuts that make most think they were done on a professional plasma table. Check out the video and watch this space for more info as we launch this great tool!

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