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    OOOOOOH,,OOOH,OH,OH,OH,OOOOOOOOOH,OOOOOOOH,(canneling sam kinison), HE GROUND THE WELDS !!!!!! ??? what is the deal with people grinding on welds ???? all it does is make the weld weaker...

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    Lol.....you haven't seen my welds......

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    I had to make a portable magazine quickly to satisfy the renewal of my explosives permit. So of COURSE the MIG welder developed a case of the hiccups. Not only did I grind those welds, I added Bondo(tm), sanded, and painted before the ATF inspector saw it.

    I recently sold that welder to some poor, unsuspecting... err... very happy guy for a small amount of money (I told him about the problem). I'm getting a Hitbox (Unitweld) MIG-200 at the new house*, I'm limited on amps there and I never weld anything thick so that should be fine.

    * when I asked for a 50 amp outlet the electrician laughed. I had to get help from the mayor just to get as much power as I have, we got caught with new building codes so our sauna and clothes drier had to be switched to electric along with my shop already being a power hog. No sauna while welding!



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