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A general discussion of welders for use on your Bronco project.
The following questions are covered in this Welder FAQ:

Q: Whats the difference between Stick, MIG & TIG welding?
Q: What brand of welder should I buy?
Q: Should I buy a 115V or 230V Welder?
Q: What welder settings should I use?
Q: Where can I get more info on welders?

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Posted by drscotch - Last Activity 09/06/15 09:01 PM by 56f100bbw Go to last post
When selecting a torque wrench for a job one of the most important part is to have a wrench that is correct size for the job not too large of a range and not too small. You want a wrench that is close to middle of the range as possible (i.e. if you need to torque at 75 ft. lbs you would want to u Read more
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A mans home is his castle, or so the saying goes. Often though, it seems a mans home is his wifes castle and where he is allowed to sleep. Thank goodness we still have rule over the garage. Wheth Read more
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