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Dale M.
Hobart Pro Arc 130
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Carbon steel is the most commonly welded metal of them all. Heavy, strong, inexpensive.
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quenching syckel
This metal alloy is resistant to rust, corrosion and stains.
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welding test question
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    T/A 185 mig tig stick machine
    spyder mike
    Hi,
    Just would like some feedback on the "stick" aspect of this machine. I would guess it is fine for doing heavy steel welds using 5/32"rod? I'd like to use this machine for truck bodies and light "heavy equiptment"
    Thanks Mike
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  • D-wilson357
    Hobart Tigmate
    D-wilson357
    Hello,
    I just picked up a 08 hobart tigmate with a bunch of tig rods for 90$
    I knew going in something was blown, and based off of what I had seen around the internet saw that the C1 or C2 capacitor and most likely the T2 Transformer would be blown.

    Lo and Behold I have exactly...
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  • Nipper
    Welding lens question
    Nipper
    In a attempt to see what I am doing I purchased a Jackson passive helmet. I was not seeing anything any better with it.
    After reading up on the subject I found out a lot of people who have trouble seeing like a gold lens in a passive helmet so I purchased a #10 Hobart gold lens. The guy at...
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  • specialty
    old Hobart welder/generator CJ2A
    specialty
    I have a old Hobart welder. I bought it for the Jeep engine for my 49 Willys Jeep. Not sure what unit this is but it is all there and very functional. Has Governor, perfect radiator, cabinet, fuel tank, etc. PO said it welds fine. Like I said, I am only interested in the engine. The rest of it is for...
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    quenching syckel
    dnfa
    hi, cutting grass with my syckel which is soft, can I harden by quenching in water or salt ?
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    pipe burner build instructions
    boykjo
    (pic#1 and 2) 1" untested pipe. U can use black pipe but it's thinner and does not stand up to the heat and will rust and flake. Thread and cap end.

    (pic#3 and 4) gas mixer is a 1" cap about $1.50. Drill (4) 1/4 inch holes on face of the cap and drill and tap the center for a...
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    lOOKING AT A HH187
    burrpenick
    Light and occasional Hobby use mostly. Light gauge sheet metal (.020-024) on old cars.........a welding friend says to get .023 wire for that stuff, will the HH187 run that 023 wire? Thanks, George
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    Refrigerant and Freon
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    Hi friends,
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