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    Quote Originally Posted by Shortrnd
    I was wondering the same thing.......... oh and a part # if you have it.

    Right here.
    http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...emnumber=45689

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    http://www.gunco.net/forums/showthread.php?t=2061
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    Default I'll give it a try.

    These are my first spot welds. I had my own little build party......just me. This thread is why I bought the spot welder. So,...... Thank you.!!!
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    Default Wow, this is fun!!

    Here is my modified spotwelder. I went the way of Mbadboyz. Its not as pretty, but it sure works.!!
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    Default plum on a flat

    These are 2 of my 4 builds on a day at the range. The plum 74 was my first tapco experience. Fantastic shooter!!! No jams at all with 600 rnds. BUT, I wasnt satisfied with the way it looked. The rails were screwed in. SO, I dismantled, ordered all of the rivet tools and the spot welder and I want to do it right this time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ak-kev
    Hey guys, how do you make your pics small enough to post. It keeps telling me they are too big. Do I crop it down to 800x800. Thanks, Kevin.
    http://www.gunco.net/forums/showthre...=image+resizer
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    guess I need to get a spot welder now. I wish harbor freight would put them on sale again (not the 220v but the smaller one).

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    I think this is weird, but I know nothing about electricity. At work when I spot weld and hold the trigger for 1-2 seconds I get burn through and blow a breaker. At home when I do the same thing I need to hold for 3-5 seconds and no burn through and no blown breaker. Someone know the reasoning of this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sniper69
    guess I need to get a spot welder now. I wish harbor freight would put them on sale again (not the 220v but the smaller one).
    I went to HF today to buy the 115V model. It was on the web site for $149. At the store, they listed it at $199. I talked to the girl at the register about it. She told me to go home and print the page from the web site that showed $149 and sold it to me at that price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russ2327
    I went to HF today to buy the 115V model. It was on the web site for $149. At the store, they listed it at $199. I talked to the girl at the register about it. She told me to go home and print the page from the web site that showed $149 and sold it to me at that price.
    That is what I usually do (print the page from the site for an item). A few times it was higher in the store than on the site so having the printed page helped to save money. A few times it was cheaper in the store than on the site, so I just left the printout in my pocket, lol.

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