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Old 01-18-2018, 06:44 PM   #11
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Ron I also have some tools from H.F. that I use in my wood shop (in my garage) that I have had for about 15 to 20 yrs now, one is a 16" Drill Press 16 speed and a 14" Band Saw 4 speed still working to this day.

The Welder was something that I didn't want to go the cheep route on. It has a 3 year warranty that H.F. can't ever come close too.
H.F. Sells an extended warranty. I have no idea on this type of Item though.
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Old 01-23-2018, 09:49 AM   #12
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I am thinking of buying this Gas Less 120v welder from Jeg's (Mig 100 DC Welder 110vac, #81540) and would like to get your opinions. It will be used for all of my patch panel work and what ever else it can be used for.

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I have a Chicago Electric 90 amp and I'm happy with it for the price. It takes a little bit to get adjusted to it but I've used it to weld my truck door hinge back to the door shell when it started breaking apart from sagging (gotta love the pre 94's with welded hinges). I went to auto collision school a long time ago and had some panel sheets left over so I tested them to see if the welder would burn through before welding up the door. I welded up the whole seam no problem, alternating one inch beads at a time to keep the door panel from warping. It looked like crap when I was done but I was still new to the gassless and cleaned it up with the angle grinder. That was about a year ago and I've had no problems with the door.
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Well long story short, I did buy the Mig 100 Flux cored welder and tried it out for size and IT is going back it s u c k s!

In the long run I am getting the Eastwood 110V 135A #12011 or Jegs p/n 352-12011 which is the Shielding Gas Welder with Solid & Flux Core Wire Compatibility along with can hookup the Tig Welding Cart for Alum..

And Yes I do now have to rent a bottle in the end, around $200 with fill. There goes my budget.
At least you got free shipping😂.
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Old 01-27-2018, 11:16 AM   #15
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At least you got free shipping😂.
Up date on the Tig part, my mistake the 220 V welder can use the Tig Spool wire hand gun and the one I am buying is only a 120V welder. Didn't want to miss lead someone.
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