I was looking for feedback last week on the Eastwood Versa-cut 60. Didn't get any, but thought I would post my experience for others.
I wired a dedicated 6-50 outlet (found a screaming deal on 60ft of 3 wire 6 gauge on Amazon) and plumbed a lined to my air compressor. Grabbed a piece of 5/8" cold rolled bar that came with a trailer hitch kit and burned through the 2" width like soft butter in a single pass. I see this unit easily handling the 7/8 thickness it's rated for.
I'll let you know what I really think after the twin I-beam is cut out of my 1970 F100.
I'm installing the front crossmember and complete front suspension out of a 2007 Crown Vic. For those that don't know, it's a very popular conversion. When Ford redesigned the Crown Vic for the last time, they designed the complete front end to bolt in - very much like a Mustang II front end. The crossmember is cast aluminum and houses the springs, shocks, A-arms, steering rack, sway bar...and it bolts in.
The dent side trucks (67-72), happen to share the frame width dimensions with that series of Crown Vic /Grand Marquis/ Town Car. There are hundreds of examples of guys who have done this conversion and now an aftermarket of sorts has developed to modify the crossmember for a ton of other vehicles too.
It lowers the truck (not why I'm doing it) and provides a cheap upgrade to large power disk brakes, power steering, and much improved handling for a 2WD truck. I had a local yard pull it and drop it in the bed of my truck for $300.
The short wheelbase F-100's are very close to the Panther chassis wheelbase - it is a relatively easy job to (more or less) bolt an F-100 cab and 6' box to the Crown Vic/Grand Marquis/Town Car full frame
They did that on the Hot Rod Garage YouTube channel. I think it's a cleaner swap just using the crossmember and supposedly narrowing the track width on those isn't that hard. The way they come is way too wide.