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    Newbie on so many levels

    I'm brand new to welding, with limited experience to welding the exhaust on an old car I had a few years ago.

    More recently I picked up a Lincoln Mig Pak 10 Nascar machine used and will be doing some body welding on another old car.

    I'm 100% a hobbyist and will be looking through much of this site looking for tips/tricks and process to improve my skill.

    Thanks for allowing me to join!

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    Re: Newbie on so many levels

    Welcome to the forum. You can find lots of good info by using the search feature.
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    Re: Newbie on so many levels

    Welcome!
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    We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream".
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    Re: Newbie on so many levels

    thanks to you both! I look forward to learning more once my machine is repaired. :-(

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    Re: Newbie on so many levels

    Quote Originally Posted by Killerb09 View Post
    thanks to you both! I look forward to learning more once my machine is repaired. :-(
    One day and the machine needs repairs? Yikes!

    This forum is a fantastic wealth of experience and knowledge, as well as you tube. Check out weld.com and Bob Moffitt and welding tips and tricks with Jody Collier. More information than you will ever need. Now go stick stuff together.

    Sent from my SM-G892U using Tapatalk
    Lincoln MP 210
    Lincoln SW 200
    Lots of hand tools- NOTHING fancy

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    Re: Newbie on so many levels

    Where you located? Thanks to an automotive welder, I got my catalytic converter fixed for $65 instead of paying $600 for a new one!!!
    Gina M. Tabasso
    HGR Industrial Surplus
    gtabasso@hgrinc.com
    www.hgrinc.com

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