WTB: twist type stick electrode holder, C-clamp style ground clamp
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  1. #1
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    WTB: twist type stick electrode holder, C-clamp style ground clamp

    I sold all my stick welding stuff a few years ago. Recently bought another welder. It's electrode holder is the tong type which I have never used and don't like. I have always used this type:



    When I go price them now I am astonished at the price for real Tweco twist type electrode holders. So I'm looking for someone like I used to be with a whole drawer full of electrode holders, ground clamps and other welding cable accessories to buy one from.

    Oh, I'd happily buy a C-clamp type ground clamp too.

    My email address is grant AT nwnative DOT us and I get email a lot quicker than PMs.

    metalmagpie

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    Re: WTB: twist type stick electrode holder, C-clamp style ground clamp

    DOT ? no thanks

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    Re: WTB: twist type stick electrode holder, C-clamp style ground clamp

    Search ebay https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_fro...older&_sacat=0

    Plenty of clones for about $13. delivered. A genuine Bernard or TWECO can be had for about $35.- $40. delivered.

    https://www.amazon.com/Bernard-Elect.../dp/B001AOY73Q

    https://www.zoro.com/tweco-electrode...yABEgJESfD_BwE
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    Re: WTB: twist type stick electrode holder, C-clamp style ground clamp

    I agree with Oldendum... maybe not actual Tweco but there's lots of reasonably priced ones out there. I think the last one I picked up was a Forney and it seemed to work well for me, but I'm not a professional welder either.
    F-225 amp Forney AC Stick
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    Les

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