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09-14-2021 16:04:03

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You guys recommend Victor torch kit but I didnt listen and bought a Hobart at TSC - right out of package doesnt work right - called Hobart 20 minutes on hold only to be transferred to Miller service guy - replacement torch supposed to be on the way . TSC wont take back destroyed original packing that took chainsaw to open lol

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09-16-2021 23:42:56

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 Re: Should of listened in reply to bfullmer, 09-14-2021 16:04:03  
Ya want quality then ya go OLD SCHOOL , my cutting torch is and Airco from back in the forty's , my gas torch is a Harris from when back in the forty's . Just had the cutting torch rebuilt . I have tips from 00 up thru #12 a complete set to cut what ever . How well does it work , well i was replacing a cutting edge on a skid steer 72 inch bucket and was usen my buddy's and getting nowhere . His had a #1 tip that should have blazed thru like butter . NOPE , went home got my Airco with 0 tip and sliced the old one off in a few min. . I bought that when the sold the estate of and old friend that was a welder , i bought his TOOL box with over 50 years of welding . Nobody knew what all was in that box as they only held up the cutting torch . I knew and i knew old John would want me to have it . These little sets really not that great like my buddy's Victor set and it is from back in the seventys . Yep he has a cutting torch and a welding torch like what most see today, unscrew the cutting head screw on the welding head . i was never much of a fan as they just do not cut as well nor do they weld / braze as well . They seem to get to hot to fast and start poppen back like when usen a rose bud . I have a rose bud three times bigger and yes it takes more gas to run it and a bigger acct. cylinder but it does not get hot and start poppen back . I got mine bought at the sale for 40 bucks and i have had it since 1982 and just had the cutting torch rebuilt due to the acct. valve leaking a bit . That set me back 60 bucks .

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09-14-2021 18:16:27

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 Re: Should of listened in reply to bfullmer, 09-14-2021 16:04:03  
That might be fun,Hobart is the box store name for Miller(nothing is supposed to be the same)Miller is the name on Smith Welding(torches) Consolidation is the name of the game.

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09-14-2021 18:08:12

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 Re: Should of listened in reply to bfullmer, 09-14-2021 16:04:03  
When I was a Snap-On dealer we had a phrase - You always remember the price you payed for a tool that did not do the job but do not remember the price 20 years down the road for a tool your still using

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