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Welding advice

Discussion in 'General Land Rover Forum' started by Ironstrike, Oct 6, 2019.

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  1. Ironstrike

    Ironstrike Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, I tend to do that :) But at least I have a plan now, I got all the tools and equipment I will need together today and put them in a crate ready to do it tomorrow, which if I can believe the weather forecast is the only day in the next week where it wont be raining.
     
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    I hope your gloves don’t get wet if it’s raining. I’ve done quit a bit of stick welding in the rain and it gets interesting when you get wet :confused:
     
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    One on at least, it did take all day but that included driving to Tool station to buy a new grinder and using a welding mask about as useful as a pair of Poundland sunglasses.
     
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