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  • OscarJr
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    Originally posted by Invader28 View Post
    It's a Weldtec torch, WT-24WF. I bought the same torch for a job I had to weld. I bought mine from IOC. I also just bought the CK micro torch, you can get into a 5/8 tube with this one.
    Be VERY careful with those little Pyrex cups that come with it. They break if you look at them wrong! Already broke one. I'm going to order some of the alumina-version of those tiny pyrex cups, and use them instead, unless I absolutely have to use the Pyrex ones.

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  • Invader28
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    Originally posted by Engine Builder View Post
    Been awhile but still looking for a small torch,watched Marcella's videos but can't identify what torch he is using,e-mailed him awhile back but never heard back,anybody have any idea's what torch it is?
    It's a Weldtec torch, WT-24WF. I bought the same torch for a job I had to weld. I bought mine from IOC. I also just bought the CK micro torch, you can get into a 5/8 tube with this one.

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  • Engine Builder
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    Originally posted by H80N View Post
    You might look at Marcella's videos and see what torch he is using in tight quarters...

    http://www.millerwelds.com/resources...086#post318086



    the other videos might be fun to watch too... pertaining to Engine Building...
    Been awhile but still looking for a small torch,watched Marcella's videos but can't identify what torch he is using,e-mailed him awhile back but never heard back,anybody have any idea's what torch it is?

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  • OscarJr
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    Originally posted by Hardrock40 View Post
    I purchased a Flex-loc maybe nine months ago or so. Thought I would put it on today but lost the little wires used to tie the hoses on.

    Having to get in a tight place and weld aluminum would be tough.
    yours doesn't use the screw-type fittings that compress the hose over the barb?

    Even then, some 0.023" or 0.030" SS304 mig wire will do the trick in a pinch.
    Last edited by OscarJr; 07-22-2014, 07:59 AM.

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  • Hardrock40
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    I purchased a Flex-loc maybe nine months ago or so. Thought I would put it on today but lost the little wires used to tie the hoses on.

    Having to get in a tight place and weld aluminum would be tough.

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  • OscarJr
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    Originally posted by H80N View Post
    You might consider adding a stubby, like a water cooled #24 and a pencil torch to your collection for tight work..

    I have never been a big fan of flex heads...
    or a CK micro tig torch



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  • H80N
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    You might look at Marcella's videos and see what torch he is using in tight quarters...

    http://www.millerwelds.com/resources...086#post318086



    the other videos might be fun to watch too... pertaining to Engine Building...

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  • H80N
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    You might consider adding a stubby, like a water cooled #24 and a pencil torch to your collection for tight work..

    I have never been a big fan of flex heads...

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  • Engine Builder
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    Torch

    Hi Guy's
    Need a recomendation on a tig torch,need flex head,front load,small, to get inside intake runners on aluminum cylinder heads,any ideas..

    Thanks Dean
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