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Stowers Posted - Jun 08 2013 : 9:13:34 PM
Aaron what mig welder do your use restoring the Cosmo? Awesome build by the way.
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Aaron Cake Posted - Jun 15 2013 : 10:42:48 AM
It's an older small Lincoln 120V 90A MIG, sort of the older version of the current SP-140T or Power MIG 140C. A good little portable welder for sheet metal and up to about 1/4" (in non structural applications). Only frustration I find with it is that it is very sensitive to wire feed and current settings. They need to be dialed into a very narrow margin, especially when welding out of position, to avoid burnback on the wire.

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