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  1. #11
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    I didnt think welding chrome molly is all that hard to weld. Copper nickel on the other hand, well lets just say it took some practice.
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    There's a few ways to weld it wrong.

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    Being "easy to weld" has different meanings to the guy doing the welding, and the guy doing the engineering. Often times the "ease" of welding by the weldor, is falsely interpurted as geing easily welded from an engineering point of view. From a weldors point of view, 2024 aluminum is easily welded, and beautiful looking welds quite common. Unfortunately they arent worth a darn as is to the engineer.
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    Yep,

    I'd just get the old 302 Trailblazer out, hook up my 30 Amp spoolgun, and mig that dang old chrome molly. Nuthin to it a little practice won't fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SundownIII View Post
    Yep,

    I'd just get the old 302 Trailblazer out, hook up my 30 Amp spoolgun, and mig that dang old chrome molly. Nuthin to it a little practice won't fix.
    LMAO 30 amp spool gun, haha I remember that.
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    I can't find that 30amp spool gun in the catalog, has it been dropped for 2009?

    Is it a battery powered unit?

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    There's a solar unit slated for 2011 and they are kicking around the possibility of a wind turbine assist for 2012.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FATFAB View Post
    I can't find that 30amp spool gun in the catalog, has it been dropped for 2009?

    Is it a battery powered unit?
    I think it's cordless!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AC MOTORSPORTS View Post
    Quite the jig, how do you not constrain the weldments?
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