WARNING: Here is where it gets ugly. Make sure there are no small children nearby. They may be scarred for life if they see the following image.
Considering that I have never welded anything before (unless you count JB-Weld), didn't bother with any practice welds or even reading the instructions that came with the welder, the jack didn't turn out too bad. Not pretty, but I banged on the welds pretty hard and they didn't pop off. Should be okay to hold one end of a TW a couple of inches off the ground at O mph.
Next, the project moved over to the paint shop. For this part of the job I fabricated an OSHA approved paint booth complete with solar illumination and continuous atmospheric crossflow ventilation. Paint system used was a self pressurized system with full digital control and an internal orbital MMM (Metallic Mixing Mechanism).
After knocking off some of the bigger goobers and sharper splatters, the jack was ready to paint.
Here's the finished product. Satin black paint can hide a multitude of sins!
Considering that this project only took me about 5 times as long as it would take for MrBracket to design and build a complete remote controlled, hydraulically actuated rocker/recliner suspension system for his TW complete with surround sound, closed loop temperature controlled seat warmer, cup holders and a GPS positioning/leveling system, I am pretty satisfied with the outcome.
Thanks again to r80rt for the original idea!