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  • whats wrong

    I used to sell lawn mowers years ago at a lawn and garden center. The brands we sold were Toro, Snapper, Lawn boy, Bowlens, and a few others. They all were name brands and were of equal quality like the plasma machines but the proffit on the different brands were not created...
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  • fitter108
    replied to Grinding weld beads
    Flapper Wheels

    What we are calling flapper wheels are a bunch of heavy sand paper pieces cut and epoxy glued to a back plate that will flex and so when you see one in person you will know that it is the right product.
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  • fitter108
    replied to Grinding weld beads
    Flapper Wheels

    Any welding supply stores will have flapper wheels for a 4" grinder. Remember you get what you pay for.
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  • fitter108
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    Iraq

    We all appreciate and understand how important what you are doing for all of us in the good ole USA.

    Love Ya Man

    Come home safe.
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  • fitter108
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    grinders



    Some of these guys are really beatn up on your grinder tell me if they are wrong. I would like to get a grinder. What if you have a dog knot on your tungsten from dipping it into the puddle, will it fit into the machine. some times they wont even come out of the...
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  • fitter108
    started a topic pc-300 how to

    pc-300 how to

    I just purchased a pc-300 and have it connected to a shopmaster 300 with a high frequency hf251 box. Im going water cooled with a coolmate 3 snd everything is self explanatory so far except for the pc-300. I will be welding roll cages and frames that are 1/8" thick how do i set up the four dials...
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