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Best TIG for the money

What would be the best TIG welder for the money. It will be used for auto sheet metal thanks.

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I would suggest the Miller Diversion 165 as it has been optimized for ease of use for the occasional user..

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i bought a miller econo tig several years ago. really good simple machine that does the job. to be honest my mig welder is seeing less and less work now days.
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