posted November 02, 2004 02:07 PM
Is the Hobart 140 amp handler welder any good? its going to be used for welding tubing for bumpers,nerf bars, etc.
CUSTOMPERFORMANCE Dirt Forum Champ
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posted November 03, 2004 12:45 AM
It will work fine for the small stuff and an occasional car but if your gonna build several cars get a 175-200. I used an older Hobart 150 for almost 12 yrs. I got a deal on a new Miller 210 and upgraded or otherwise I would have bought a new Hobart 210.
racenmotorsports Dirt Maniac
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posted November 03, 2004 03:38 PM
I used a 135 to do my car. It worked great with no problems. To bad I moved and had to give it back to the guy I borrowed it from.
ryan Dirt Forum Champ
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posted November 05, 2004 11:08 PM
We have a hobart 180 on the way and it says it welds up to 5/16 so I would think thickness wise you might be o.k. Don't know if the duty cyle will limit you at all.
Whitelightning Dirt Freak
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posted November 08, 2004 12:09 PM
handler 135 has built a few cars in my shop and never fails. If it just a one car deal cant go wrong. It burns plenty hot enuff, hot enuff that its easy to burn up tubing.