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Old June 9th, 2013, 09:51 AM   #1
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I need to weld some hangers and stuff onto a toyota frame any welding skill would be appreciated Located midland
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If I was closer I would be happy to lay some beads of baddness for you.
If you go to home depot they have a pretty good welders hand book for ten or fifteen bucks. I have been welding for years and still learned alot from that book.
Get some scraps and start practicing.
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If I was closer I would be happy to lay some beads of baddness for you.
If you go to home depot they have a pretty good welders hand book for ten or fifteen bucks. I have been welding for years and still learned alot from that book.
Get some scraps and start practicing.
cool, Yeah ive been practicing a little but theres some technical areas that need attention that I do not want to mess up, Ill have to take a look for that book, thanks for the tips
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cool, Yeah ive been practicing a little but theres some technical areas that need attention that I do not want to mess up, Ill have to take a look for that book, thanks for the tips
If you run into any issues feel free to pm me and I will try to walk you through it. Another forum that is good for welding is weldingweb.com. Do some reading on there and you can learn a lot.
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Ill get some photos of the gnarl spot, but that website has a lot of info wow, thanks for that I could spend a few hours or more there looking around
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Ill get some photos of the gnarl spot, but that website has a lot of info wow, thanks for that I could spend a few hours or more there looking around
I am a pipe welder and if get into something that I don't have experience in that is usually my first stop to get info. Most of my questions involve welding dissimilar metals and there is usually somebody that will chime in and help out.
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