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post #1 of 9 Old 08-08-2010, 08:25 AM Thread Starter
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Premier Power Welder on a JK

Can anyone share their experience/ photos with a Premier Power Welder on a JK?

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post #2 of 9 Old 08-08-2010, 08:51 AM
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I think the guy from hoodlift has one in his jk.
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Bump...I wanna see some install pictures i'm thinking of doing the power welder, and probably the kilby OBA kit. I already have dual batteries so room is tight. Lets see what you guys got goin

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I think the guy from hoodlift has one in his jk.
It was shown on JKOwners TV episode... 29:20

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I carry a Ready Welder, MIG (flux or gas) welding from a portable unit. Works very well, single pass 1/2", and as it's portable all you need is a couple of batteries to get it to work.
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i have Power Premire and have alternator problems, on my 2nd one and now I have to carry a rebuilt. If you drive in dust it likely will quit.

IMHO get the battery powered hobart, don't go down the road of rewiring and new alternator.

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i have Power Premire and have alternator problems, on my 2nd one and now I have to carry a rebuilt. If you drive in dust it likely will quit.

IMHO get the battery powered hobart, don't go down the road of rewiring and new alternator.

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i have Power Premire and have alternator problems, on my 2nd one and now I have to carry a rebuilt. If you drive in dust it likely will quit.

IMHO get the battery powered hobart, don't go down the road of rewiring and new alternator.

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you must have crappy luck then, the one on my old 06 TJ is daily drivin by a truck driver that bought it from me that works for me and it hasn't failed yet not even a regulator issue and he wheels the piss out of it...

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It was shown on JKOwners TV episode... 29:20

https://www.jkowners.com/tv/7.php
ah thankyou I"ll have to watch when I get a free minute.
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I carry a Ready Welder, MIG (flux or gas) welding from a portable unit. Works very well, single pass 1/2", and as it's portable all you need is a couple of batteries to get it to work.
I keep a ready welder right now and it works great, its just my batteries are a pain in the butt to get out and it seems like i'm always welding on toyota's I thought it would be bitchen to be able to run the gun off of the power welder for the ultimate setup

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