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My Little Pony

Discussion in 'Resto Corner' started by tillis, Jul 26, 2019.

  1. tillis

    tillis Well-Known Member

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    In a previous life I was a tradesman using MIG welders all day, light steel to me was 6mm. I,ve only had an ancient stick welder at home but jobs are building up. I drive a T2 and a T3 and my son has a 64 and 78 Holden so I bought this.............

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    Tying the gas to a post and resting the welder on a milkcrate could only end in disaster do I made this....

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    This welder is such fun to use and I have the TIG attachments as well yet to try....It does such dainty little welds and My Grandaughter would probaly call it 'My Little Pony'.....rust be warned!

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  2. Joe

    Joe Member

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    Nice result!
    Looks like it’s easy to move around in tight spaces.
    Is it lift tig?
     
  3. chris taylor

    chris taylor Well-Known Member

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    Did much the same thing but I used an old rotary lawn mower base.Good move Tillis
     
  4. cbus

    cbus Well-Known Member

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    No retasking of a supermarket trolley.? :D
     
  5. Barry

    Barry Well-Known Member

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    Reincarnation of a golf buggy
     
  6. Barry

    Barry Well-Known Member

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    Hmmm....... now one of those remote controlled buggies.

    “Welder - here, now!”
    *snaps fingers*
     
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  7. tillis

    tillis Well-Known Member

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    yep golf buggy...should paint the tyres black! and yes it does have lift arc...$500 from bunnings...of course extra for the gas and TIG.....but I'm in love!
     

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