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    Been Around the Block Heavyhaul07's Avatar
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    Looking good. I wouldn't worry about welding next to the tank. I did mine. You should always disconnect the battery before welding on a vehicle.

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    Knows a Thing or Two madstiles's Avatar
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    Damn they look awesome! What kind of welder are you using?

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    Sweet looking set of sliders and great work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madstiles View Post
    Damn they look awesome! What kind of welder are you using?
    I'm using a miller millermatic 211 welder. It has an auto-set feature that's worked out really great for me (again i'm not a professional welder) all you have to adjust is the thickness of the materiel and you're ready to go.and i used a cheap harbor freight tube notcher attachment for notching out all the tubing. This was my first time welding tube together but overall i think i did good.

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    Yes I would agree nice job on welding.

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