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ummmmmmmm,NO

you need atleast something like this, hobart handler 175


they are a great welder!
 

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you need something bigger, like at least a 175 amp, i wouldnt probally touch a frame with anything less than a 210 amp, ive personally got a 250 amp though.
 
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i have a hobart ironman 250, also have a hobart handler 175

hobart makes great products, hell i even have a hobart airforce plasma torch, i have done alot of frame work with the 175, and if you have it set up correctly it will do alot of jobs just fine, iwouldnt do a whole frame with it. ;)
 

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you can weld your sheet metal with that. ;)
 

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Originally posted by Equipped Customs@Nov 7 2003, 12:01 AM
i have a hobart ironman 250, also have a hobart handler 175

hobart makes great products, hell i even have a hobart airforce plasma torch, i have done alot of frame work with the 175, and if you have it set up correctly it will do alot of jobs just fine, iwouldnt do a whole frame with it. ;)
Hey Jhon that sounds like some stuff i got in my shop, LOL , you just need the hole punching machine, and hydraulic crimping maching , and some nic & ancs. Hey PM me or give me a call , had to replace my celly , and numbers went with it.



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Originally posted by Nacho Individuals LA@Nov 7 2003, 10:41 AM
well, how do some people run mig welders from their garage's at home? that's what i am wondering???
dryer 220 hookups worked for me when i was starting out , doing cars in the driveway, but had to watch out when the wife used the microwave, it would knocked the breaker out



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Originally posted by edmunds costoms hyd+Nov 8 2003, 11:07 AM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (edmunds costoms hyd @ Nov 8 2003, 11:07 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--Nacho Individuals LA@Nov 7 2003, 10:41 AM
well, how do some people run mig welders from their garage's at home? that's what i am wondering???
dryer 220 hookups worked for me when i was starting out , doing cars in the driveway, but had to watch out when the wife used the microwave, it would knocked the breaker out[/b][/quote]
same here bro,that damn microwave lol
 

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i have a 220 lincoln stick welder how is that for frame work?
 

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Originally posted by droppen98@Nov 8 2003, 03:01 PM
i have a 220 lincoln stick welder how is that for frame work?
i started out with one ,and will do the trick , but a little messy with the rod ends and slag, if thats all you got and your doing your own, thats fine , if you have a shop , you should invest in a mig
 
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