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stud welder attachment

A while back one of the rod mags there was a piece on a stud welding attachment for a MIG welder. It came with a puller with a cogged wheel for easy on and off. Does anyone know who makes it or where I could get one? Can't find any threads on it or the mag. Nothing on the web unless I'm not searching the right words.

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This is the BEST Stud /Dent removal tool I've ever seen.

www.eagledentremoval.com

I noticed NOW its on sale for $500. normally about $800.

I will get one of these ....some day.



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Thanks Rob, that would be great to have, but what I saw was a really inexpensive kit you used with a MIG welder. It replaced the nozzle on the gun and held the stud in position to weld. A lot better than drilling holes for a screw!
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