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  • Quick disconnects for C25 and CO2

    I have a Hobart 210 Mig welder that I would like to plop down on my big Hobart 2510 mig welder if I want a different size wire or gas. I am thinking I will not want to unscrew the brass fitting then connect up to the 210. I am thinking since brass is soft, I will wear out the fittings going back and forth. So, do they make quick disconnects? I don't plan to leave the 210 on the 2510 welder all the time. I plan on buying a Co2 bottle for my 210. With quick disconnects I could just roll up my CO2 bottle and let my 2510 use CO2 if I wanted.

    The other possibility is I could have a bottle or bottles on the wall with a long hose and just connect what gas I wanted. It would be easy with quick disconnects.
    Hobart beta-mig 2510 Mig welder
    Victor OA Welding/Cutting Rig
    Century 295 amp Stick welder bought 30+ years ago

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    Should not be difficult to find and do.... Maybe this?

    https://www.amazon.com/Regulator-Con...076TLSKWM&th=1

    Note: These are not cheap air disconnects which always seem to leak from Harbor Freight...
    Last edited by Dale M.; 11-14-2021, 11:17 AM.
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    • #3
      I don't buy at Harbor Freight much anymore as everything I have bought, I find issues with. I bought some air quick disconnects from Harbor Freight and they were terrible. They leaked and I threw them out.

      Yes, I don't want to leak expensive gas. As soon as I get my yard cleaned up, I will buy a Co2 tank and some steel.
      Hobart beta-mig 2510 Mig welder
      Victor OA Welding/Cutting Rig
      Century 295 amp Stick welder bought 30+ years ago

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