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Welding Helmets

sak5

New member
Joined
Jul 11, 2013
the best are speedglas, but good for the welding we do cost 100-150 for miller or equivalent helmet
 

snick

Active member
Joined
Mar 3, 2016
I can not remember the name off the top of my head so I will look when I get to the shop in the morning.

I do remember that it cost $30 nine years ago, but it has been flawless. Set the dimmer level you want and strike an arc. No batteries require it runs off of the arc light.
 

rebel customs

New member
Joined
Oct 22, 2013
I love my miller but it was like $200 because it says matco tools on it lol


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Ramman84

Well-known member
Joined
Aug 3, 2013
I have a few, my snap on one is great, I have a hand held one I let my trainee use to what he what I do, and then I have a few hand me downs that I just keep around incase anyone else wants to use the welder

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rvreddog

Moderator
Staff member
Joined
Jul 10, 2013
Did the battery die? They can be replaced,I googled it and got bored watching people fumble around but it can be done.
 

Ramman84

Well-known member
Joined
Aug 3, 2013
my collection

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mnmstoy

Active member
Joined
Jul 10, 2013
Earl gave me mine. I don't know much about it....other then it kicks ass here in the shop both steel and aluminum. And if you have ever welded aluminum. ...that it's some bright light. First degree burns on exposed skin if you don't cover up.
it came with 4-5 extra outer lense protection.
ask Earl.
 

Bunker Buster

Active member
Joined
Jul 12, 2013
If that has the Clear View lens, my dad bought one and man is it nice. I have an old TSC, Hobart hood and it's been reliable. As I get older though, I have to use a cheater lens. HAHA
 

OleCoot

Administrator
Staff member
Joined
Jul 8, 2013
If that has the Clear View lens, my dad bought one and man is it nice. I have an old TSC, Hobart hood and it's been reliable. As I get older though, I have to use a cheater lens. HAHA
it does and I also bought the cheater lens... Man what a differnece it makes when you can see what you are doing... lol :chrfal:
 

OleCoot

Administrator
Staff member
Joined
Jul 8, 2013
And one more....Got this last week. I'm really liking it. Lots more adjustability, feels lighter than the Lincoln, and its easier for me to see and no cheater lens yet. But one can be added easily. :smokin:
 

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