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  • snapon ya217 help

    i have Snap on YA217 that is 120 volts mig. i hooked up an argon tank to it and i was wondering what the psi was that i sould be welding ith like 10 -35 numbers.
    and does anyone have any info on this welder?

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    i know not of the welder,but using this type of gauge i would say around the 10 psi range indoors,and a little more if a slight wind is present .dont care much for this type of guage,prefer flow meters that have the floating ball to give you a better perspective of flow rate.

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    • #3
      I had one back when I was 18. Good little welder for sheet metal. I had really used the heck out if mine. It had the spot/ stitch feature., real handy for long quarter panels.
      I don't recall what style gauge it had tho.
      Last edited by tnjind; 01-02-2008, 03:40 AM. Reason: spelling

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