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  • #16
    Originally posted by Danny View Post
    If possible, my first choice would be to tack the bracket into position. Then remover the axle from the vehicle, so that I could place the joint in a better position to weld it out.
    I may actually do that. I've been actually kicking around the idea especially since I don't have a lift. I did a repair similiar to this (with stick) on the trail with a couple of batteries, some jumper cables, and some 6011. Yeah, MIG will be much easier (in a controlled environment especially) but I'm having flash backs.

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    • #17
      i like .030 for repairing silverware at the local chinese restaurant to get 25% off my meal

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      • #18
        Sure you want to do vertical down on a axle bracket? Haven't done anything that critical with mig, but like on stick, vertical up has more penetration...
        Let me know if I'm wrong or misled.
        thanks,
        bert
        I'm not late...
        I'm just on Hawaiian Time

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