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Tig welding aluminum
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    Handler 140 gas hookup. Regulator issue?
    Backwing
    Hey. Got a Handler 140, and have been using it with flux core wire. Have a project needing gas, so I got a tank of 75/25 and got everything hooked up. When I open the valve on the tank, the little nipple on the bottom of the regulator spits out gas like a machine gun. It looks adjustable, with a slotted...
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    Push or Drag
    Dale M.
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  • baffeld1
    titan 7000
    baffeld1
    have a titan 7000 purchased new back when , recently lost its idle control module , part#493400 ,solenoid still works with a jumper wire just for checking . part search coming up zero welder ser.#98wso7213 am told there is a fix available ???
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    160 output
    Sberry
    I have a Maxstar. Obviously there needs to be some difference for the price or everyone would get the new models but,, I see the Stickmate and the Tbolt are listed for 80A on 120v and the Max is 90. The Max runs 3/32 lo hy and 1/8 6011 nice and toasty, all day at near 90. Who has ran these on the...
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    190 or ? For 1/4",10g, 3/8"
    HOBARTxj
    Hi all,

    looking into buying a welder and I came across Hobart 190 which I'm highly considering.

    other options were Lincoln 180C, miller211 that too much$


    I want to weld these gauges for jeep work and would like to know from those that run the 190, Is this...
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    Most cost efficient way to insulate garage door?
    scapegoat
    Hey guys, got a 16'x7' garage door that needs some insulation. I looked into those kits which would require me to buy two of them. Which would be well over $100. Is there any cheaper alternative that could be done and look halfway decent? Thanks fellas!
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  • sparksalot
    hook up for Chicago Electric Dual MIG
    sparksalot
    Hate to dredge up the past here, but I thought maybe you all could help me decide on this:

    I picked up a never-used Chicago Electric Dual MIG Welder 151 (Item 06271) for $40 and it doesn't have a plug on it. It has a 14/3 wire and is 220V.

    I already have a 50-amp (6-50R) outlet...
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