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Listen to this exhaust.


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#26 seattlelegacy

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Posted 24 February 2006 - 02:57 PM

Just as an FYI, welding aint that hard. What's hard is being GOOD at it. But with exhaust, just keep welding and welding until its sealed. Its a good place to learn how to weld. I don't personally own a welder, but I noticed HF is selling MIGs for $120.00. Anyone ever used a HF cheapie welder?

Hmmmmm..... might have to try one out..... after I rewire a 30 amp circuit to the garage.....
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#27 Mr Fishums

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Posted 25 February 2006 - 08:20 PM

yeah no problems there, I'm certified with it.

#28 GeneralDisorder

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Posted 26 February 2006 - 01:25 AM

Just as an FYI, welding aint that hard. What's hard is being GOOD at it. But with exhaust, just keep welding and welding until its sealed. Its a good place to learn how to weld. I don't personally own a welder, but I noticed HF is selling MIGs for $120.00. Anyone ever used a HF cheapie welder?

Hmmmmm..... might have to try one out..... after I rewire a 30 amp circuit to the garage.....
:banana:


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Actually - I have a HF MIG box - works quite well for the light duty stuff. I wanted a small MIG that would be 110, and could use flux-cored to be as portable as possible. Doesn't need any special circuit - runs off any outlet like a vacuum cleaner. Perfect for exhaust work - tack welding while test fitting things. Just nice to have as an extra setup. I noticed that I can literally weld with it in a T-shirt as it makes very little splatter. Pretty neat. Not much use for anything over 1/8" tho. I have a miller 220 with gas for that - or the blue wrench.

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#29 cricket

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Posted 26 February 2006 - 01:43 AM

nice, sounds like a V8 with a thrush. (had a Charger with a thrush a long long long time ago).




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