Kyle Lake: I went to harbor freight and got me my tool box for school. pretty good
1ARTHURJR: would have been nice to see some welding instead of looking at packaging!
William Seibert: how do you like it. i have NEVER welded and am debating between one of
these or a hobart handler 125. waddya think?
Nubyrc: LMAO got to have a manual with pictures
rustycolvin: I love it! Feed the wire through the uh, umm, the sonofabitch there.
Awesome. I just purchased one today.
podjo2k66: Iv a 120amp flux core welder find it grate for building car trailers welds
3,16 inch no problem
johnson55467: HOBART! Save your money for a good welder, you will forever be happy you
did. Hobart is made in the USA and is basically the same as Miller. You
will also be able to get alot of technical support and parts when you need
it for the Hobart. There are always good deals on CL for Hobarts and other
quality welders. Save your money over Chinese pieces of crap that are not
only flooding the US markets, but also do nothing but break down at the
worst moment when you need them the most.
MossyOak83: @lllRpMlll I'm not a very big harbor freight guy myself, but for the price
of this welder its hard to beat. At work I have probally 85-90% snap-on and
the rest is cornwell and craftsman. I havent started a home set yet because
I still have many things to get and if i need some tools i can just bring
them home. Eventually ill start a home set when my tools for work are built
yamimm700: those gloves were worthless i got them to try and day of welding they were
gone and burnt a few fingers too
William Seibert: i got a hobart handler 125 for my birthday and was putting some awesome
welds down in my first 10 mins. all yesterday and today i have been working
on a school project. welding all kinds of stuff ant it is great. i went
thru my first 2 lb. spool today. i wish i could do the mig conversion
though...oh well, still a great welder 5* for hobart
MossyOak83: I would recommend the helmet when its on sale, you cant beat it for being
an auto-darkening helmet for $35 with different sensitivity and shade
settings! Ive used it at work and here at home, hasnt let me down yet. Good
luck with your welder, I changed over to lincoln wire not sure if its made
a difference since I havent really welded much of anything since ive bought
polaris0622: pictures are guys directions..lol. we dont like to read..hahaha
johnson55467: These welders are pieces of crap. The magnets are not even straight, and
when you first test them, you will find that they put your metal together
crooked. Why not save some money and invest a few hunder dollars more in a
Miller, Hobart, or Lincoln that you can actually get parts for and machines
that are still assembled in the USA (besides Lincoln, which is made in
Mexico). Everything I have bought from Harbor Freight has broken or been a
piece of crap that is crooked or doesn't work right.
Rocco Triple: dude crap can that crap wire. grab you some lincoln innershield wire from
lowes and shell run one hell of a bead! i chased my tail for two days
before if figured that out. cant wait to see some more vids!
khonlaox1: I have the same welder works great with hobart or lincone flux core this
welder hasn't failed me yet had it for a year now
ThePhx1911: O and by the way you can use as many coupons as you want at the same time
only exception is the 20% or free only one. I had 7 coupons for a total of
$101.79 saving. Also I paid $109.99 for welder the next week found coupon
for $89.99 to it with original receipt they refunded difference in cash.
Just has to be under 30 days. Hope it helps peace.
Felix Colon: love this video great help i just bought one :-}
ThePhx1911: I just bought the new black 90 amp flux core. One major improvement it is a
DCEN torch you can lay it down or touch grounded metal with out sparks. It
is mid labeled it says a/c on the welder but manual in box not online says
DCEN I've used it & works great for what it is.
90 Amp Harbor Freight Flux Core Welder3.8
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