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  1. DrBob
    05-19-2012 10:14 AM
    Thanks ddoering. Metal fab is my 'relaxation hobby' and I enjoy working out and solving all the problems attendant.
    I already have a line on the materials and I will measure out the tractor and figure out the bracket length and bumper width. I have the necessary tools to complete the project. I don't have TIG but I'm pretty good with MIG so I'll go that way.

    To answer your question, I'm a maxillofacial orthopaedist (MD DDS) with a largely pediatric practice. I recently retired from active hospital surgery (age 71) and now I basically see patients in my office.

    Back in the day I was privileged to be able to travel a bit and help out with some international disaster work. I promised my wife I'd quit about a year ago. I guess I spent enough time bouncing around in the back of an AF C130. It's almost as hard as treating patients in the back of an ambulance!

  2. ddoering
    05-17-2012 05:12 PM
    I really don't want to get into the kit business. However, if you'd like, I will fab the parts to whatever your spec is (as much or as little already done as you'd like) and mail them. When you get the parcel, and you have identified it meets your needs, then note the postage and send me a check for the value of the postage. No other costs or charges.

    I would need a send to Zip Code in order to get an estimated cost from USPS. I'll weigh my completed bumper.
    Your first MIG (GMAW) project, that's great!

    My full time gig is Paramedic Instructor.
    May I ask your MD specialty?

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