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  • Broccoli1
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    Originally posted by fjk View Post
    See

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/gullible

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  • fjk
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    Originally posted by Mastertig View Post
    I see several of you guys are talking about
    "Trolls" ...

    What is a troll???
    see
    http://catb.org/~esr/jargon/html/T/troll.html


    frank

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  • migwelder05
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    if you helped him so much when his makeing it big is going to give you some money?

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  • Mastertig
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    Well, what happened to Jeb?:

    Did he break a rule?

    It's too bad, I always enjoy seeing guys
    with energy and enthusiasm trying something new.

    It's very satisfying, to give a guy a little
    help and guidance, and then years later
    you realized you had a small but important
    part in his success.

    Hopefully he'll show up on one of the other forums.

    I'm still kind of new here, I think I better
    read the rules myself???

    I see several of you guys are talking about
    "Trolls" ...

    What is a troll???

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  • WyoRoy
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    Originally posted by Portable Welder View Post
    Master tig and Jebb are definately 2 peas in a pod.

    Jeb, if your actually seriouse about starting a business, Id like to wish you the best of luck, I to started with very little and slowly built, running up big credit card debt is not the best idea.

    Good luck, Dreams are free.
    Don't knoe about Master tig, but Jeb...
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  • Portable Welder
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    Master tig and Jebb are definately 2 peas in a pod.

    Jeb, if your actually seriouse about starting a business, Id like to wish you the best of luck, I to started with very little and slowly built, running up big credit card debt is not the best idea.

    Good luck, Dreams are free.

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  • davedarragh
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    Sa-200

    Originally posted by sa-200 View Post
    never been anybody but sa 200,anyways i got the ole lincoln running like a top and im heading to work on a dump truck in morning,customer called and wanted a spring bracket welded.gonna stop by lws and pickup a fresh box of xx13s and go weld her up.



    on side note,this place has some helpful info,but it seems when new guys chime in they get roasted,kind like some are a bunch of no it alls.but i guess it takes all kinds to make world go around,but everybody has to start somewhere and i cant afford best equipment money can buy,i draw a small disability check and do the best i can with my welding business.
    Wasn't a better machine made (especially for downhill pipe) than the ole' SA-200. Keep it tuned up, and you don't need to worry about buying a "baby MIG." Might want to use something a little stronger on a dump truck bracket than a 6013, though, maybe a 5/32" 7018 for starters.

    Dave

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  • sa-200
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    never been anybody but sa 200,anyways i got the ole lincoln running like a top and im heading to work on a dump truck in morning,customer called and wanted a spring bracket welded.gonna stop by lws and pickup a fresh box of xx13s and go weld her up.



    on side note,this place has some helpful info,but it seems when new guys chime in they get roasted,kind like some are a bunch of no it alls.but i guess it takes all kinds to make world go around,but everybody has to start somewhere and i cant afford best equipment money can buy,i draw a small disability check and do the best i can with my welding business.

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  • davedarragh
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    Hey Reggie

    Originally posted by reggie
    Truck hitch at 90 amps... BLIND LEADING THE BLIND...what did you tow a''Radio Flyer" wagon? Why didnt you use the Lincoln you named yourself after or did you only see one of them in a book?
    I think "usa-1327" (aka sa-200) has re-surfaced under a NEW name!

    Dave

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  • RicksWaffleHouse
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    Stay away from the Harbor freight welders. i got one for christmas one year from my grandma. it didn't work good at all. best bang for buck is just to find a used machine from a reputable company. my .02

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  • bigboy
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    Jeb, best of luck. Remember $300 can go a long way at Harbor Freight. You could easily fill up your car there for less then $300. When the $$ starts coming in, and you get tiered of welding your HF tools back together then upgrade the tools to the more popular tool brands.
    I would like to see you succeed, there are plenty of people that have TV infomercials talking about making it big in real estate or investments, haven't seen one for your business plan, but can't wait for a few years from now when you have your own infomercial. Selling your business plans or selling franchises. Please let us know how it turns out for you.

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  • sa-200
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    i think i do good work,and i no longer have the hf machine,it burned a resistor or something, so i bought a craftsman 130 amp machine ,but i made a ton of money with it.my ole 200 is down right now because i rolled the coil a little too much and it will snuff out on 1/8 6013s now.im gonna take it over to my buddies house wed nite and he is gonna take his snap on timing light and reset my coil and timing.if i pull the motor too hard it will backfire through the pipe and my neighbors get all bent out of shape.

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  • sa-200
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    i started with a 90 amp harbor freight machine,and it did fine but it would kick out when i welded a bunch with it,like truck hitches and stuff so you should be good to go with the hh125.

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  • Broccoli1
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    Originally posted by Jeb View Post
    Well mister smarty pants, you should know that you can weld much thicker material with flux-core than you can with just solid wire and gas. I have been doing some major searching on this site and just found this out. That's why I'm getting the HH125EZ so I can have the ability to weld thicker sheet metal if the need arises.
    Just make sure you have enough welds so that if one fails the others will still hold it together- sorta a redundancy type design.

    You could also incorporate what is known as FGE:

    Friction Gravity Engineering - design the product or repair so that when it does fail one part will come in contact with another- due to Gravity- but will be slowed down in the failure by Friction.

    I believe a good hardfacing wire should do the trick

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  • FusionKing
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    Originally posted by SpcR View Post
    Jeb and Mastertig are TROLLS
    NO WAY!!!!!!!!!

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