Originally Posted by JohnTheBrewist
I agree. The nuts holding the original levelers aren't much better than tack welded on, so I can see why Dale would recommend against casters with the legs as is. But a bolt on triangular dolly should work just fine and is what I'll be doing.
Which version do you have with how were the legs attached?
I call the first ferms as series one having SS angle welded in three locations up the side of the ferm body starting at the cone to body transition on up two more welds. This as six welds each angle SS leg.
Series two legs welded at one location only at the cone to body transition.
I fear this will flex and fail if not treated carefully.
Series three looks like studs welded up or spot welded to the body sides with square tube and acorn nuts.
Series three should you yank the legs a bunch I bet the welded (spot?) studs will eventually fatigue the body metal and cause a crack, tear and a failure just my thinking.
Faster with less labor for increased production how I see it.
Bottom line the strongest leg ferms look to be JMO the "Series" one having six welds at each SS angle material leg. I also have a series one Brewhemoth.
I bet your not too far away from Muroc Dry lake as well El Mirage Dry lake with the LSR runs which begin June 12th?