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Old 07-13-2012, 05:09 PM   #21
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Not sure about how many years ago you are refering, I have been using them for aver 20 years and seem about the same to me.. They always seemed to me like an inbetween of a brazing rod and welding rod.. You dont get nearly the penetration that you do with a true welding rod.
I'll just say a little more than 20yrs
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A good little Lincoln 110 can be bought for cheaper than a decent barrel usually
Thats wat i was thinking- Been shopping around for one-
One of those seldom need but handy to have items
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Thats wat i was thinking- Been shopping around for one-
One of those seldom need but handy to have items
Ya I know that feeling. Race brothers had a little Lincoln 110 MIG machine for like $130 last week. I'm a Miller fan though. The machine we have at the shop is a big Miller-matic that is AC/DC capable mig/tig. Then we have a diesel bear cat Miller for metal work on the property......(target frames are 1" square tubing)
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Ya I know that feeling. Race brothers had a little Lincoln 110 MIG machine for like $130 last week. I'm a Miller fan though. The machine we have at the shop is a big Miller-matic that is AC/DC capable mig/tig. Then we have a diesel bear cat Miller for metal work on the property......(target frames are 1" square tubing)
Miller fan here too (beer too)
We have a Harbor Freight here but can't remember what brand names they have, they carry mostly Chicago stuff
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Miller fan here too (beer too)
We have a Harbor Freight here but can't remember what brand names they have, they carry mostly Chicago stuff
I wouldn't buy a welder from HF if I was desperate.....and I have been. Hence why I bought the diesel
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I wouldn't buy a welder from HF if I was desperate.....and I have been. Hence why I bought the diesel
Thats why i don't have one yet- Last thing i got there was a air compressor --
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