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Old 02-12-2005, 01:41 AM   #1
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Welding cart

I'm making a welding cart(to wheel around my welder and tank) out of old bedframes(angle iron) and I was wondering if I would need a special set up to weld iron. Right now it's set up for welding steel. I have argon/co2 mix and my wire is steel. Would this work?
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Re: Welding cart

Angle iron is accually going to be made of steel, unless it is wrott iron or cast iron, witch would be highly unlikely, you wont have a problem.
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