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  • tarry99
    Reply to Broken Head Bolt In My Flathead Ford
    by tarry99
    My Experience in many of these repairs is you only get one good chance at the extraction and that's usually the first attempt.........From there it's downhill and turning into garbage quickly.........If it warrants I'll stick in the mill.......If there's room and access, I like grinding a little nub...
    Today, 11:51 AM
  • tackit
    Reply to New 255 multipurpose review
    by tackit
    Thanks bill for your information, glad you like your new machine, I watched a video of it, it sure looked like nice machine, I liked its big screen too....
    Today, 11:47 AM
  • Chris401
    Reply to Broken Head Bolt In My Flathead Ford
    by Chris401
    I forgot to say Ryan that I don't have any wire feed yet. I use an old cracker box. Once I get this old tractor burning oil again I can build a decent slab in the shade to work on. Hope to get back on it this after noon.

    Sberry, there is a handy tool called a tap extractor. I am sure we...
    Today, 11:35 AM

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  • Chris401
    Broken Head Bolt In My Flathead Ford
    by Chris401
    EDIT: The variable speed has been bypassed. Just forward/off/reverse.

    The broken head bolt in the coolant passage. The welding trick didn't work this time, just broke off around .070" off the top of the bolt. Crooked and below deck I am just looking to bore out the bolt till I get...
    07-29-2021, 07:36 PM
  • justBill
    New 255 multipurpose review
    by justBill
    Got my new shiny, good smelling 255 this week. Got it mounted to a cart and used it to weld up some 3/8" plate today using .030 wire. Flat position, fillet and plug welds, auto set and punched in the pulse/spray mode. Folks I've been down the turnpike a time or two and seen the elephant. I have...
    07-24-2021, 12:29 PM
  • Don52
    Steel Rack Extension
    by Don52
    I have a couple of heavy-duty racks that I use to store steel. One of the racks sticks through a hole in the wall which limits the maximum height of the rack. I decided to cut off the unusable top of the rack and use it to extend the height of a second rack, located in my addition, where there is more...
    07-27-2021, 09:35 AM
  • Auto_Tech
    MIG Brazing
    by Auto_Tech
    I've done a little oxy/A brazing over the years on sheet metal lap joints, cast iron (worked surprisingly), other projects, but would not trust it on butt welds (seems like it would be impossible to pull off) or anything structural. I'm seeing more and more automotive manufacturers recommending MIG...
    07-26-2021, 07:53 AM
  • Sberry
    Sort of a motorsport
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    06-21-2021, 08:04 AM
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