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    Hunting, Fishing outdoor stuff, Wood working and now blacksmithing

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  1. Thanks Neil, The attached pic is basically what I can get my hands on at the moment. I think it would work for now at least. At the moment I have an ASO "Track rail", a couple of cross peen hammers and a few tongs I got from a friend, flat stock tong and scrolling tongs. I just ordered a set of 1/2'' round/bar stock tongs as well.
  2. Thank you for the feedback so far. I found some articles and I had read about that on here as well about soaking the parts in vinegar. I just did that to, found a large glass vase that's about 1/2'' thick and placed everything from the T joint up in the vase and submerged it in vinegar, its in the middle of my driveway so its plenty ventilated and its a windy evening so should dissipate the fumes rather quickly. Ill defiantly look into the dryer vent solution. as far as a plate goes I'm looking into a solution of either dropping it into a metal table or something similar to it. do you thing a food service cart would work? it is pretty durable. thanks again for the help.
  3. Hello everyone, I am just starting to get into the art of blacksmithing and wanted to build a very popular beginner forge which was an easy cheap way for me to go but after hearing about all the bad stuff on galvanized pipes am afraid to light up my forge now lol. here are some pics of the forge I built. I am in the NC area. Please any advice or tips on how to proceeded would be greatly appreciated. Merry Xmas.
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