Next months featured article will likely be something tubular and I plan to start importing the rest of my cage stuff slowly over.Sub’d. Can’t wait to see more tube/cage work and exhaust stuff in here. It’ll give me some ideas and tips for future projects. I wanna start on a rotated setup eventually.
Also the rear rockers on my coupe look like that Alfa
The choice between a MIG and a TIG is the easy one. Do you intend to weld aluminum and stainless more than once in a blue moon? If yes you want a TIG welder, if No you want a MIG.Looking for some opinions from you guys. I've been wanting a welder for years now and as always i'm having trouble pulling the trigger on one.
From everything i've read, mig welders are easy but if you really want to learn, a tig machine is what you want. A tig welder will also be able to work with thicker and different kinds of material.
Do you think i'm better off finding something on craigslist, buying a HF vulcan machine or maybe Eastwood?
I have no idea what a "yinz" is but you PA folk have some interesting slang.yinz always bustin on my $90 HF unit, doesnt weld too bad from a desk jockey
75/25 is fine. you dont need trimixAnyone have experience with mig for stainless?
Wanna know if I can get away with using c25 gas and stainless wire for making a downpipe? Don’t really feel like buying a tank of the tri-mix just for this. I already have a roll of solid stainless wire, just not the right gas.
I mig’d a section of my fmic piping in stainless with the c25 gas and it did fine. Just not sure how it’ll hold up over time on a downpipe.