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Murraymountain
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PostSubject: Re: Mighty's Li'l Red H.E. 2.0   Mighty's Li'l Red H.E. 2.0 - Page 6 Icon_minitimeThu Oct 10, 2019 10:09 am

Haha, you mean like this....

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I was gonna use this but $30 for the tape.... I can do better than that.
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PostSubject: Re: Mighty's Li'l Red H.E. 2.0   Mighty's Li'l Red H.E. 2.0 - Page 6 Icon_minitimeThu Oct 10, 2019 10:32 am

Mine is the one next to the clutch pedal.  Not sure how much tape is for it.  I do not remember it being that much for mine.

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EDIT: Looked it up.  It's like $5 for mine.

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PostSubject: Re: Mighty's Li'l Red H.E. 2.0   Mighty's Li'l Red H.E. 2.0 - Page 6 Icon_minitimeThu Oct 10, 2019 11:30 am

I label all my switches with a sharpie...... Not the most professional look though. Plus I have to re-do it every now and then as the weather wears it off.
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Finally got a chance to go all the way through this thread. Really liking the progress you've made. The best way to not burn through thin metal is practice and patience. Sometimes you only want to weld an inch at a time and then stop and wait til you can't see the metal glowing through your helmet lens and then go another inch, stop, etc. Once you've done this long enough you'll get a feel(or an ear) for when to start and stop. Even with my mig I do this when welding really thin stuff like propane cans or exhausts. You'll even get the hang of filling holes eventually. It's all practice.

I usually don't label my stuff. Don't want it to be any easier for someone to steal it lol!
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Well, I have sooooo many switches on the MM and I haven't driven it at all with all the switches, so it's a bit hard to figure out what is what. Anyway, I guess that's why off is on and on is off for the kill... Oh yeah, I fixed that too LOL.

Anyhow, sorry for the thread jack.
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@RichieRichOverdrive wrote:
Finally got a chance to go all the way through this thread. Really liking the progress you've made. The best way to not burn through thin metal is practice and patience. Sometimes you only want to weld an inch at a time and then stop and wait til you can't see the metal glowing through your helmet lens and then go another inch, stop, etc. Once you've done this long enough you'll get a feel(or an ear) for when to start and stop. Even with my mig I do this when welding really thin stuff like propane cans or exhausts. You'll even get the hang of filling holes eventually. It's all practice.

I usually don't label my stuff. Don't want it to be any easier for someone to steal it lol!

Thanks for the info... I made lots of progress this week in the welding dept.  I finally got some thinner rods and using it on the lower amp B setting of my welder.  Doesn't seem to want to melt the metal but still getting a good bond.

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