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welders/inverters

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Eagle86K5, Mar 14, 2000.

  1. Eagle86K5

    Eagle86K5 1/2 ton status

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    Well I have not heard much about...welders the kind you find under the hood with the high amps alternator. And what is the scoop on inverters for ac devices.
    What I like about this group is that you get a good cross of experience and all the help in the world. I like you guys...but your not getting my Bud Light.

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  2. Goose

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    I'm more of a Coors fan.....anyway check out this site.
    http://mobilweld.com
    I'm waiting for my alternator to go out so I can get one. I see they just added a mig-type under hood welder. Very nice.
     
  3. Eagle86K5

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    Goose my friend...it may just be explorer but I can't get anything to happen when I hit the link..... [​IMG]

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  4. Goose

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    Sorry about that, it should be http://mobiweld.com
    It was 4:20am and I wasn't seeing very well.
    Goose
     
  5. Gold Rush

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    www.Pirate4x4.com also has a tech article on how to build a welder/inverter from parts you buy at NAPA and build yourself. Personally I have a heavy duty 1000W inverter I just hook up with a set of jumper cables to the battery and a 500W quartz halogen light I bought at Menards for $6.99. It would be nice to have an on board welder though.

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