Hot Rod Garage – Build a Welding Cart with the Eastwood MIG 175 – Finnegan from Roadkill

Hot Rod Garage – Build a Welding Cart with the Eastwood MIG 175 – Finnegan from Roadkill


yeah lots of big words like this eastwood big
175 come with optional parts but what do you do when you’ve got a MIG welder take
well they’re a plasma cutter and a very small shot like I have to build your own
car so today I’m gonna test out the eastwood make 175 while building myself
a new welcome the big 175 comes with almost everything into well its got a
face shield couple spools of wire wire brush this thing even comes with a
school gun for welding aluminum and this deal is usually extra when you buy a MIG
welder runs off 220-volt power got a 30-percent duty cycle so in a 10-minute
window I can weld about three minutes and athletic / 7 my heart design is
pretty damn simple it’s just three quarter by inch and a half rectangular
tubing forecasters a bunch of sheet metal we’re not even close to maxing out the
machine its cable welding 275 and you’re probably only going to use about 80 amps
to wellness together setup is pretty straightforward in fact chart here will make sure you
don’t screw it up even if you have to change the polarity or flux or solid
core wire all I’ve got to do right now its feed the filler wire pull the
trigger and eventually you’ll see why are at the end of the gun feel it there we go the excess off and then we get too well well here it is our custom welding heart
is done everything we need to fabricate something in one location and it’s
saving a bunch of valuable space inside of my tiny 800 square foot shot you want
any more information about these or any of the other awesome tools that Eastwood
builds visit eastwood.com

13 thoughts on “Hot Rod Garage – Build a Welding Cart with the Eastwood MIG 175 – Finnegan from Roadkill

  1. A link to BUY or get more info is in the video…and don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss any videos from Finnegan and the guys at Hot Rod!

  2. How 'bout some pictures or plans of the cart. Great welder, great idea but a few pictures or plans would save us users a lot of heartache

  3. This showed me absafuckinglutely nothing about building a welding cart, wow what a tard, thanks for wasting my time douche

  4. WOW great Kart thanks, it has about 30 different angles cut and about 60 measurements to build it and not a single one of those is on this video, just be honest next time and say "Hey here is a commercial for and Eastwood welder"

  5. It has a 30% duty cycle at what given amperage? Is that at maximum of 175 amps or does the duty cycle become higher at higher amperages?

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