I have the MIG and have run it since the month they released it. Pretty surreal to get that quality for $549 when I picked it up. How are you liking the Protig? Is it AC/DC?... I'm looking to get an AC/DC machine this year.
5th dimple die is done on each side and I can finally start the process of installing the bumper. A fraction of warpage, but nothing severe given that we put 10 dimples in the bumper total. On another note, the seats are in and it feels like a different vehicle
The seat base works really...
I got to take the headliner down and remove those headache grab handles which I'll replace with some generic paracord grab handles probably for a jeep or something. Anything to make it less likely that I have to play twister between the bottom bolster and the grab handle or A-pillar
I have all of my material for the sliders cut, and I am planning to get them welded up really soon here. Admittedly I've put it off because I desperately need this bumper to be installed ASAP. I have the tube bender now to make some sleek tube slides.
I keep up and definitely aspire to the @AssBurns parenting methodology in this regard. Well, I have a couple projects I'll be doing for some people local to me here soon and those funds will probably go towards a matching second set for the rear of the truck and be kept in storage for the interim.
For lack of anything more exciting, I am making slow (but steady) progress on the bumper. I bought a 1.5" dimple die from TEMCo Industrial rated for 3/16". After much deliberation I knew it would be difficult to make this happen the way I wanted to because of the fact that the rear skin is...