|09-25-2005 07:58 PM|
|Centerline||For that work most any of the smaller MIGs will do just fine. For basic auto work I would look for one that can weld up to 1/4" steel just in case you ever need to do frame work.|
|09-25-2005 07:57 PM|
Miller or Lincoln SP175 or equivalent..get the goodone as you will using this puppy for years..then get yourself a whole boxfull of metal squares..we call these coupons and when you can get those welded and do a good job then you may weld non-critical stuff on a car..
Practice practice practice and take a course at the local vo-tech school..helps a lot..
|09-25-2005 06:15 PM|
i just ment reattaching it by chopping. you can use a mig for that right? but anyway, i would prabably be doing both bodywork and work on the frame.
|09-25-2005 05:32 PM|
|Henry Highrise||Well you won't be chopping with a mig welder either. Tell us what your welding needs are...Are you going to use it for body work? Or do you need something to work on frames with? Or both.|
|09-25-2005 05:15 PM|
sory, i just ment choping and suff, did't mean 2 say cutting. but i guess what i'm trying to say is, what kind of mig welders work for you guys?
|09-25-2005 04:16 PM|
|Centerline||You won't be cutting with a MIG welder. For that you need a plasma cutter.|
|09-25-2005 03:07 PM|
what kind of welder?
so's im thinking of gettin a mig welder. what is the best size for cuttin, z'ing, or just a bunch of stuff to do to a car u kno...