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  • Pipepro 350

    Question for you guys running a pipepro 350!
    My old pipepro 304 i could always find the sweet spot but having a ***** of a time finding it on this new 350.
    If i run 7010/8010 i run my dig at 9ish
    If i run 18 rod i run it at 2 on dig for both posi welds and rolling pipe
    I have tried 4,6, 7 for dig and everything seems way out of wack?
    I put 2/0 for my whip and bought new grounds and stingers etc etc
    But dont want to have to keep changing my dig after different rods!

    So what are you guys running your digs at?

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    Pipepro 350

    I've got the same welder and love it! I use 3 for dig on both XX10 and 7018. Haven't had any issues on pipe or structural. If I run into a tight gap, I turn it up to 6 for XX10.


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