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  • Blown S-10
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    thanx klsm54

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  • klsm54
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    A 17 series tig torch would be my reccomendation. Tig torches don't cost much, buy a name brand that will hold up well.

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  • Blown S-10
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    thanx. right now i am on the fence whether or not i should buy a 200dx. i want it bad. but its expensive, & the money could be used for something else. but if i do deside to get one, it would only be because i have found a way to bring down the initial cost. one way would be to use my hose & regulator from my lincoln MIG. till i could afford a better setup.


    what about the seemingly inexpensive torch setups i see on ebay ?
    what would i look for, style etc, to use till i could get a water cooled setup ?
    i would only be doing .125 and under steel and aluminum for the most part.
    i think a 17 150amp series is what i need.

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  • klsm54
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    99.9% of all fittings are standard. They meet the Compressed Gas Association (CGA) standards. The only exception, and even it is very rare today, is on some cheaper import models, where you may find an oddball fitting now and again.

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  • Blown S-10
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    yes, the inert gas hose. thanx

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  • dyn88
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    which fitting are you refering to? All the fittings on inert gas hose are usually the same.

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  • Blown S-10
    started a topic gas hose fitting

    gas hose fitting

    are these fittings universal ? as in, will a lincoln screw into a miller, or whatever ?
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