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    Welding instructional video

    Best one I have ever seen, even the mighty Jody likes it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBAPKZQMpgA
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    Quote Originally Posted by odis View Post
    Best one I have ever seen, even the mighty Jody likes it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBAPKZQMpgA
    a lot of good cheese and crackers went to waste making that video--but a good laugh
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    That guy has a totally warped mind......................Wish I would have thought of that!

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    I want to see more overhead and out of position work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
    I want to see more overhead and out of position work.
    Heck Blake, I wouldn't even try overhead with Easy Cheese...................
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Cajun View Post
    Heck Blake, I wouldn't even try overhead with Easy Cheese...................
    Definitely going to need some sharp cheddar for the overhead work. ;)

    Is it just me or do his coupons have a lot of porosity?
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    That looks like something AvE would post on You Boob.

    "Focus, you frak!"
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    I've watched some of his other videos on tig welding aluminum, he's iquite good.
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    Well great... Now I'm hungry. I guess that's what I get for watching the video BEFORE reading the rest of the thread.
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