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Discussion in 'Hi-Point Parts and Accessories For Sale or Trade' started by Dane, Mar 1, 2016.
On sale for $70
I hate to ask... but where lol.
Not like I need to spend anymore this month, placed an order last night for some more ammo from freedom munitions, I'm a sucker for free shipping!!
If thats the case, have I got a deal for you?!!!! :rofl:
Yeah... all you guys kill me!!
Equals Harbor Freight
That is the punchline to a joke
Duh... ok I get it...
Probably this one:
But also all this stuff:
Peace favor your sword,
Poor customer reviews.
would you really trust your life and the lives of your loved ones to Harbor Freight?
Gotta say I love me some harbor freight tools and my fedex guy will back this statement but I just couldn't put that level of trust in a harbor freight product.
One harbor freight gem I discovered on accident was their 10 inch miter saw its absolutely fantastic for $80
I think my best HF purchase so far has been a 1/2" drive electric impact. I've probably had it 15+ years and has loosened everything I've put it on in a matter of a couple seconds.
OK Kirk and Dane... I get it... I had a brain fart.
HF makes so much sense now!! :rofl:
Speaking of HF finds (see what i did there ) I have a few things I've picked up from there,
OK, so they may not be contractor quality, but I'm not a contractor using these things 8 hours a day 5 days a week. I gotten years out of everything I have from them, and they are still going.
Table Saw, various carts, jacks and even a few tools that still reside in my shed. I even have their dremmel kit (Christmas gift) even though I have a rotozip and actual dremmel also.
Has anyone tried their welders? I've been toying with the idea of getting one for my new workshop at the new property. Figured it would definitely come in handy.
Was looking at this:
Thread drift at its best!!
Sorry, I should have included the link.
Reviews on that model seem to be pretty good. I was thinking about buying one of their wire welders a few months ago, but there were lots of bad reviews so I passed.
The $90 welder needs some mods to be a much better welder. Turn it from an A/C to DC welder!
+1 I agree with the mods. Dont know if its worth the effort!
I take it you do not currently weld...
Most professionals do not recommend an AC only welder, rod selection
is very limited and iirc, the AC only rods are expensive? (like 6013)
If you know any folks who weld professionally, you might get some
free rods and such. I'd research this heavily, but there are several
drawbacks to AC only welding, but this may be better these days.
Such as rod prices. I can get free rod darn near any time, but of course
it is HEAVY, shipping would be stupid expensive.
Many homeowners get a MIG welder, but that is a different skill set as well.
I'd really do my homework before buying a buzz-box, the technique is
harder to learn with AC. DC Reverse Polarity is easier to learn, meaning
your stick is negatively charged. It's been so long since I welded, but
I have even been certified in the past. I believe my assertions are
correct, but it's been a while. Welding is not like shooting, some folks
cannot master it enough to make a good lap joint. Make friends with
a welder, and see if you can test drive a setup.
Setting the welder is a learned skill, in itself!
I used to be able to weld WELL, early on, if I had a skilled helper.
A good on site teacher makes a world of difference. I bet we have
several guys here who weld too, and can help...