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  • #16
    for that little bit, give the C25 a shot. I've used it with good results, but I was just welding stainless onto a mild steel bearing surface to be machined down. I prefer the tri-mix, but for a small weld, will not go through the B.S. of switching the tank. Also if you're worried about spatter protect the surrounding metal well. I get alot of spatter no matter what I do. I could use some advice on that if anyone has any. It drives my machinists crazy.

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    • #17
      I get alot of spatter no matter what I do. I could use some advice on that if anyone has any. It drives my machinists crazy.[/QUOTE]

      Anti-spatter spray?

      SavageSunJeep, get 'er done with what you got and post a pic.
      Forget about welding, can you just bolt it on?
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      • #18
        LOL, good reading here on Sun morn. All my friends are Jeepers no golfers for sure.

        Splatter, sometimes I get it, sometimes I don't, cannot say for sure why. But for aboout $25 bucks or so I can fix your splatter problems forever.

        1) Harbor Fright angle grinder w/60 grit flap sander wheel

        2) Harbor Fright angle grinder w/steel wire wheel

        Total cost about $25, my problem solved, LOL.
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