yep i know he has stick, i was commenting that most have stick only machines or MIG's as there first or only toy, but i think you already knew that. supose i had to expect some one to get me for it i probly would have done the same thing. lucky we have smilies to make shore we know we are all just having fun so no one get bent over it.
i just thought it odd thats all.
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Thread: welding on a truck
06-20-2007, 04:30 AM #11thanks for the help
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06-20-2007, 10:51 AM #12Scott
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06-21-2007, 09:58 AM #13Senior Member
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as mentioned before, with tig its the hf that seems to cause things to go haywire. was tigging on the back of a bicycle frame and the little computer mounted on the front of the bike reset and all data was lost. It is completely isolated from the metal frame, just mounted to it. figured the hf was strong and close enough to cause the problem. I would think that stick or mig would be safer.