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    I completely agree with this. Better to have it...

    I completely agree with this. Better to have it and not need it, than to not have it and need it! I jumped from the PowerArc 160 straight up to the 250EX and I am really glad I skipped the 225LX and...
  2. That's cool. I can't say that I've had anyone...

    That's cool. I can't say that I've had anyone recognize my Everlast welder, but I have had a few friends ask what machine I am using to tig weld with, and of course I tell them.

    I like the marine...
  3. I run the tank to the very end. As Paul...

    I run the tank to the very end. As Paul mentioned, the pressure passing through the flow meter will start to drop automatically as tank pressure drops, so I tend to start dropping my tig cup sizes at...
  4. I agree with Mark completely. I have never seen a...

    I agree with Mark completely. I have never seen a welding cover as something that will make others go out and buy an Everlast welder. My idea's on welding covers are mostly to make them look...
  5. It's funny you mention that. I was just thinking...

    It's funny you mention that. I was just thinking the other day, "If I make a cover for my welder, how can I make it look more authentic like the factory produced it?" The only thing I came up with...
  6. Might as well make the entire cover iron-on. When...

    Might as well make the entire cover iron-on. When you have to use the welder, peel it off, use the machine, and then iron another one on. Voila! No expensive cover needed!
  7. I really think you have a good idea here and I...

    I really think you have a good idea here and I didn't mean to be a Debbie-downer. Just my point of view after deciding to NOT go down that road. I ended up buying the green marine grade vinyl in bulk...
  8. There simply isn't a profit margin for Everlast...

    There simply isn't a profit margin for Everlast to produce welder covers. Too many owners like yourself already have a set price in mind of what they think a welding cover should cost, regardless of...
  9. You can stitch your own cover up using a cheapy...

    You can stitch your own cover up using a cheapy sewing machine if you don't use too heavy of a fabric/material. Here is the quickie cover I threw together for the last machine I had, but you can't...
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    The dimension should be with the handle, but you...

    The dimension should be with the handle, but you can't trust the dimensions listed anywhere in the manuals or brochures, or even the dimensions listed on the forum (unless it's a hand measured...
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    I decided to make one last video of this unit for...

    I decided to make one last video of this unit for the Ebay auction I listed it in, so here it is. Shows a little closer view of the welder, and a few short clips of welding misc. junk together in a...
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    Hi Dave, I have used the new welder for only a...

    Hi Dave, I have used the new welder for only a minimal amount so far. It took more than I thought it would to make the welding cart ready for the new machine, and I'm trying to get the 160STH ready...
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    Frank, I don't know where you are welding or how...

    Frank, I don't know where you are welding or how you're doing it, but if you are seeking more comfort, don't dismiss the simple things like a comfy seat that is low to the ground, a high work surface...
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    Thank you both! This has been a long time coming,...

    Thank you both! This has been a long time coming, so it's pretty cool for me. I am planning to wait until the local "Ma and Pop" welding store opens on Monday since they treat me right, and I may get...
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    Thanks, I'm excited to get it going. I am curious...

    Thanks, I'm excited to get it going. I am curious to see how the new regulator works compared to the older chrome version that I got with the 160STH. And yes, I did get both torches, the 26 for...
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    Got my new tig welder!

    I finally bought an Everlast 250EX on Tuesday in the very late afternoon, and it arrived the next day around 1pm. I got a 26 series torch too since I haven't collected all the parts to build a water...
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    Welcome to the forum, Frank. I hope you enjoy...

    Welcome to the forum, Frank. I hope you enjoy using your new welder! I look forward to seeing your progress and fabricated parts.
  18. Thread: Ding Dong

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    That turned out sweet! The added "RING BELL"...

    That turned out sweet! The added "RING BELL" detail should be hard for your delivery guy to miss.
  19. Sweet!!!!!!!! Thank you Oleg, and congrats to the...

    Sweet!!!!!!!! Thank you Oleg, and congrats to the other 2 winners!
  20. First off, if you're making practice beads on...

    First off, if you're making practice beads on steel, I would loose that #8 cup and put something smaller on. If you were welding something critical that you were worried about discoloration with,...
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    The foot pedal is a really nice addition to the...

    The foot pedal is a really nice addition to the 160STH. You'll like the welder that much more.:)
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    I agree fully with Jake. I use the torch switch a...

    I agree fully with Jake. I use the torch switch a lot of the time now even when I have the option of using the pedal, simply for more practice. I've chosen to use the torch switch when installing...
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    This has been my exact experience with ATT! I...

    This has been my exact experience with ATT! I call up and complain about slow internet speed, explain that "Yes I tried other browsers", and "Yes, the other computers in the house perform the same...
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    I don't remember the exact patch panel material I...

    I don't remember the exact patch panel material I welded into my project car last month (20 or 22ga, whatever scrap I had lying around), but I used the torch switch with amps set at 17-20. I started...
  25. I see I'll have to jump on this deal soon! I'm...

    I see I'll have to jump on this deal soon! I'm surprised it took HF this long to produce their version of the SH welding table! Thanks for the info (and the coupon).
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