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    It's great for thicker metal. I use the manual setup the most.


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    I stick weld pretty much everything structural but bought this thing years ago up learn how to TIG, kinda overkill for what I do but gotta spend your money while alive right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by outkast7222 View Post
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    I stick weld pretty much everything structural but bought this thing years ago up learn how to TIG, kinda overkill for what I do but gotta spend your money while alive right?

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    Absolutely. I always wanted to learn TIG, but not enough to invest that kinda dough.


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    Quote Originally Posted by outkast7222 View Post
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    I stick weld pretty much everything structural but bought this thing years ago up learn how to TIG, kinda overkill for what I do but gotta spend your money while alive right?

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    There is something to be said for portability of these machines though. I've run this thing off of a 2500w power inverter a few times and on 2000w Honda's more than I like to admit needless to say it's almost always with on trail rides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by black pearl View Post
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    Very nice Bronco.


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    I still need the Tig setup, but been using the Lincoln 210 MP for a couple projects over the past two years and love it!

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    2013 JKU Sport "Spider" with some EVO goodies and a chop here and there

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