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Those particular ones are Grey Pneumatic. See them on Amazon, Ebay ect. $150 for the set. I don't know how good they are. I bought a set of MACs...
I really like the ball joint type, impact ones.
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If you're on a budget, TSC has one for $100. Works great but they do leak. Use mine outside. You can get a head or intake manifold in it.
Hard to keep a good Mopar down!
All suggestions so far are good ones! I've used wood also to cushion the clamp as not to mess up the threads.
Watching Storage Wars a bidder found one in his locker and it was larger than that one!
Now days you take a chance buying power equipment. It's hit or miss. Sometimes you get a good one, sometimes you don't.I lucked out with a Lowes...
Yep, used to use one then they invented electricity.
I've always liked the Hobart for the price range you're talking about. TSC carries them.Miller is my favorite but you'll spend a little more....
Ten bucks at Amazon. Drill a hole, install the air vent seat and cap. Use what ever nozzle.
I'm sure he got a nice discount. Looks like a 70 Challenger.
Looks like $2000. for one top and bottom set that he has.
You have a cool Dad! :thumbsup:
Wonder what the reason was for that shape? Left over blimp toys? Something military? A normal rectangle shape box would have been easier and...
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They are worthless, just like a regular one. I always called them "knuckle busters".The kids thought it was something I could use. It's the...