Lowes is selling these welders at close-out price of $199.00. I need to
get me one, I am still waiting for my brother to give me his, it will
> I used a chunk of brass as a backing plate to weld up the holes in my
> clamp it in place, it acts as a heat sink and the weld won't stick to
> you need both sides to look good you will have to weld both sides.
> against the brass (or copper) will not be a finished surface. it will
> flat, if you are using a spray on bed liner, do all of your wlding on
> for those of you that are looking for a welder, Home Depot & Lowes
> 115 volt, Lincoln mig welder (wire feed) that I have used to weld in
> panels and just finished welding in a Fatman Must II crossmember.
> metal is a one pass weld, while the 1/4" crossmember took 5 passes
and a lot
> of grinding. I use the flux core wire, it's not as preety as the gas
> but I never have to worry about running out of gas. I paid $315 for
> whole thing.
> Yes, I used to be a welder. Pipe welder & maintenance during the 80s.
> 58 3100
> >From: "Mark Self" <email@example.com>
> >Reply-To: "Mark Self" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >To: "Oletrucks Mailing List" <email@example.com>
> >Subject: [oletrucks] Hole repair in stepside bedsides
> >Date: Sun, 22 Jun 2003 16:45:17 -0700
> >My bedsides have multiple holes drilled in them, for tiedown hooks.
> >Since both sides of the metal are visible, what's the procedure for
> >filling these holes. I talked to a couple of welders, they think
> >the heat from welding will distort the metal too much. Is there a
> >non-welding method? I'm planning on doing the inside of the bedsides
> >with Herculiner, if that helps. What method of welding would work?
> >see guys in the magazines welding holes like this, and they don't
> >to be having any trouble. Am I talking to the wrong welders?
> >oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and
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