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As you know, when welding there is a lot of heat. But what you might not know is that if there's too much heat on a metal part it can actually cause it to distort and bend.
Tips For Welding Sheet Metal
When it comes to welding, a MIG welder is very forgiving. It has a spool of wire inside and all you have to do is pull the trigger and it lays down a pretty nice weld. If you're welding different types of metal or need a nicer weld, the TIG welder comes into play. And for that, you need filler rod.
5 Common Types Of Welding Filler Rods
Installing a power adder is a great way to pump up the power and torque in your vehicle. There are, however, several different options available which can make deciding which one to go with difficult.
Pros And Cons Between Power Adders
You never know what you might run in to or could happen out on the trail, so it's nice to be prepared. Here are a few key items you want to make sure to have in your recovery bag the next time you head out.
Essential Tools To Have In A Trail Recovery Bag
When engines are dyno-ed there is often focus on peak horsepower and torque numbers. Those numbers are useful in understanding how an engine will handle its application. However, it's equally important to look at the overall power band and operating range of the engine.
How To Interpret Dyno Results
Welding takes lots of time and patience to be good at. But once you get the hang of it you can do a lot of work in your own shop rather than taking parts elsewhere.
How To Simulate Resistance Spot Welds