I bought some land for a vacation home in Colorado and it come with a nice 40'x40' shop so I am equipping it for when I am there. For now that is about 5 weeks a year but in a few years will be 4 or 5 months. The main things I will be repairing will be a Polaris Sxs, Polaris 4wheeler, Deere 320G skid steer, my trailer, etc.
I just bought a Hobart 210 Mig welder and a Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 42 plasma for this shop. I took my old Black and Decker Industrial chop saw as well as a set of DeWalt cordless tools so I am pretty well setup except for an oxyfuel rig. I don't want a large one just something for when I occasionally need to heat and bend something. Between the DeWalt cordless grinder with a cutoff wheel, the Dewalt metal cutting circular saw and the plasma I don't expect to need a cutting torch. What kind of a small oxyfuel rig do you recommend?
I was thinking maybe a "B" bottle acetylene tank and a 40 cubic ft oxygen bottle? Or maybe the Harris Port-A-Torch? How many minutes of use do you think I could get out of the Port-A-Torch if I was heating up 1/4" steel to straighten or bend it?