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Offline Damoh

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Mig welders
« on: November 16, 2016, 17:50:26 PM »
Well been saying while id invest in one for welding repairs on cars,calibra  eeds a repairs as does my carlton so just wondering what you guys are useing was looking at sealey one gas/no gas 100amp should do car panels?

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Re: Mig welders
« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2016, 18:44:16 PM »
i would go for the best you can afford i got myself a Draper 170A 230V Gas/Gasless Turbo MIG Welder cost £200 makes light work off thin body panels i built a 6x4 trailer made of 5mm steel with this weld plant
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Re: Mig welders
« Reply #2 on: November 16, 2016, 20:41:40 PM »
i would go for the best you can afford i got myself a Draper 170A 230V Gas/Gasless Turbo MIG Welder cost £200 makes light work off thin body panels i built a 6x4 trailer made of 5mm steel with this weld plant

Probley a bit to poweful for welding car panels perhaps?have my arc for heavier stuff

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Re: Mig welders
« Reply #3 on: November 16, 2016, 21:13:49 PM »
1 machine does all lol

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1992 Silver Calibra C20XE (Weekend Use Only)
1994 SE2 Calibra C20XE (Project Car)
1995 Black Calibra 2.5V6 (Now sold to father)
1991 Red Cavalier SRI C20XE (SORN Since 2008 lol)
2003 Pug 406HDI (Daily Drive)