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anyone selling a mig or a tig

or have one they wouldnt mind renting out or loaning out? got some work I need to do.




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Mig 120v

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anyone in this half of the state?




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Pilot. Ill volunteer his services.

Ive got a gas setup you can borrow..... but I'm WAY out of your corner.
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Work in lombard. You can pick it up there

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Work in lombard. You can pick it up there
see now your talkin, what kind is it? what size metal can it weld. I working on a ford 9 inch rear end




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tony what are you welding on the rearend?

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A toilet seat.



LOL, just kidding, I need to weld on spring perches to match up to my leafs.




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LOL, just kidding, I need to weld on spring perches to match up to my leafs.
What gauge on the brackets

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a good 120v machine will be up to that task, help it out by beveling the edges to be welded on the brackets.. and if its an option and the maching has a gas bottle, having some helium in the gas mix will help penetration/heat

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a good 120v machine will be up to that task, help it out by beveling the edges to be welded on the brackets.. and if its an option and the maching has a gas bottle, having some helium in the gas mix will help penetration/heat
Actually I would go with just fluxcore since its not stainless. It will give us a hotter (better penetration) weld.

I have a 220v welder that we can use too.

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that works too, thats what ive got in my machine too

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that works too, thats what ive got in my machine too
Its the way to go unless your doing SS fo sho. And if your doing that make it look pretty and go tig

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