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I just got an Eastwood TIG 200. Itís AC/DC and I love it. Much easier to weld than my Lincoln MIG. Took little practice to make nice welds. It was $750ish? Needs a bottle obviously...
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I just got an Eastwood TIG 200. Itís AC/DC and I love it. Much easier to weld than my Lincoln MIG. Took little practice to make nice welds. It was $750ish? Needs a bottle obviously...

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Roger that Don! You need to fly down here and give me some lessons. Just returned from the welding shop with a bottle of argon for the Miller and a fresh bottle of C25 for the MIG. The shop had a poor selection of tungsten though .

LOL, John when he's done with your lessons he can fly over and give me some lessons. I've been thinking about getting my welder out for months to build some bells to hang it the trees. I have not used it in years. I have a Miller, I can't remember the model.
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