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About Me

  • My Cherokee
    Year
    1994
    Model
    Cherokee
    Engine
    Inline 6 4.0L High Output
    Transmission
    AW4
    Transfer Case
    231
    Front Axle
    05+ 60
    Rear Axle
    10.5
    Tires
    39" BFG Red labels
    Lift Specifications
    ORI struts
    Misc Accessories
    Jeep Junk
  • General
    Location
    Carrollton, GA
  • Signature
    Electric fan over-ride write up HERE

    My 2wd by the vin Build: HERE
    Tons and some red colored tires.


    Member Number: 34,319

    You are one confusing little man.
    Back up and bump it.

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  • Last Activity: 11-18-2017 01:02 AM
  • Join Date: 04-02-2011
  • Referrals: 0

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  1. 09-29-2016 05:46 PM - permalink
    M.I.G. application er 70-6 used for most common jobs. er 70- (3) is used to plug weld or repair holes that need to be drilled out again because its softer material and wont break drill bits ect. also used in T.I.G applications.er 309 is used to weld s/s to mild steel to keep it from cracking...if you have any questions feel free to hit me up . congrats, on the new job....
  2. 09-29-2016 05:12 PM - permalink
    food for thought'' every welder has a duty cycle. example if your machine says 190amp with 30% (duty cycle) it works like this ,every (10) minute period, your machine must ''rest'' for 7 minutes of 3 minutes of continuous welding.. HUH? ok you can weld for 3 minutes straight out of every 10 minutes, but allow the machine to cool for the remainder of the ten minutes which is (7) minutes.. even on professional equipment unless its 100 % duty cycle..
  3. 09-24-2016 01:37 AM - permalink
    92/8 gas is best,but more costly.less spatter.you need some co2 never straight argon..92%argon 8% co2..as for craftsman vs hobart..craftsman is made in Italy. Hobart ,china.(I believe) craftsman will take a tweco gun and hobart wont...I had the hobart and brought it back the next day for the craftsman much beter spool feeder and drive rollers.this has been my experience. My craftsman with cart was like 500$.always have a good ground.with a shunt in ground clamp.hope this helps.??
  4. 07-13-2013 02:09 PM - permalink
    heck yeah it does! It helped me get a job too so that's a plus.
  5. 07-06-2013 03:00 AM - permalink
    Is the the header panel available??? In your 98 part out
  6. 07-02-2013 02:22 AM - permalink
    Hey! Quite a while ago I made a post about doing a week long scout camp with offroading. At the end you mentioned you recently became an eagle so I wanted to congratulate you. I am also an eagle as of a month ago.
  7. 06-28-2013 03:18 PM - permalink
    Did you message me i see nothing
  8. 06-09-2013 08:08 AM - permalink
    Saw your jeep in front of american pie yesterday.
  9. BumsModified98xj
    03-21-2013 11:54 PM - permalink
    What kind of performance modifications have you done to it?
  10. 03-02-2013 11:03 AM - permalink
    Hey man,whats up,my name is alvin,am having a big problem with my jeep,got a minute to answer my question,my coolant keeps disappearing,no leaks at all,no spotting or nothing...

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