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pics of hooks

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nisse

05-31-2014 18:06:14
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Hopefully here are pics of hooks.
John

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Monk

06-03-2014 12:10:47
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 Re: pics of hooks in reply to nisse, 05-31-2014 18:06:14  
the bottom one is upside down



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Jason the Red

06-01-2014 17:52:46
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 Re: pics of hooks in reply to nisse, 05-31-2014 18:06:14  
Bead looks good but you may want to fill the ends. If the hook gets pulled laterally, the lack of weld on the ends could cause the weld to crack.



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dpendzic

06-04-2014 14:09:40
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 Re: pics of hooks in reply to Jason the Red, 06-01-2014 17:52:46  

were the size of the welds matched to the strength of the chains you will be using?



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Billy NY

06-01-2014 12:12:18
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 Re: pics of hooks in reply to nisse, 05-31-2014 18:06:14  
I'd say you know what you are doing, profile sure looks good, heat and or penetration, fusion, sure looks the part ! I welded a hook onto the deck of my rotary mower, to make it easier to lift and flip over, few passes, but its got that void on the bottom side of the weld, I'm sure its on their but good, it should look like yours ! LOL !

Did you use a type of 7018 electrode and what did you have the machine set at and the size of electrode ? I know every machine is different, just curious.

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nisse

06-01-2014 13:17:39
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 Re: pics of hooks in reply to Billy NY, 06-01-2014 12:12:18  
The welder is my dad's old 295 amp twentieth century, I think it works better than a buzz box. Used 6011 for first pass and 7014 for 2 top passes. All 5/32 diameter and about 160 amps.
John



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Stick welding

06-02-2014 23:08:03
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 Re: pics of hooks in reply to nisse, 06-01-2014 13:17:39  
"I think it works better than a buzz box."

It is a buzzbox. A 295 amp one. LoL

Weld around the ends. Curious why you didn't use 7018 like you were going to use? Sometimes it's best to get the right supplies for a project.



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dr sportster

06-01-2014 09:39:28
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 Re: pics of hooks in reply to nisse, 05-31-2014 18:06:14  
So much for the advice to farm it out . Lookin' good. Don't think they will break. You didn't instill much confidence in your earlier posts.You kinda sounded like you didn't weld much.Looks like you got some experience !



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nisse

06-01-2014 13:13:53
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 Re: pics of hooks in reply to dr sportster, 06-01-2014 09:39:28  
Thanks, I actually do a fair amount of welding, but not much stick since I got my mig welder. My first practice welds didn't look very good, was a good excuse to burn some rods!
John



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Guido

06-01-2014 06:55:29
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 Re: pics of hooks in reply to nisse, 05-31-2014 18:06:14  
Hello nisse,

The welds look good. How about welding the rest, making it a 360* weld?

Guido.



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Brad Buchanan

06-01-2014 06:45:18
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 Re: pics of hooks in reply to nisse, 05-31-2014 18:06:14  
nice work.



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Dalex

05-31-2014 19:58:49
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 Re: pics of hooks in reply to nisse, 05-31-2014 18:06:14  
Nice welding !!



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bison

05-31-2014 18:52:12
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 Re: pics of hooks in reply to nisse, 05-31-2014 18:06:14  
Looks good



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