Your buddies confusion may come from this- Some vehicle suspension parts absolutely should NOT be welded to. For instance, the twin I beam suspension in my F250 has "do not weld or cut" cast right there on it. Frames on the other hand, are great to weld to.
You need a good torch set with gauges, hose, and tanks. Many an arc welder costs less money to get started. A pair of goggles is sufficient and less costly than the nice self-darkening hoods needed for welding. Jk welding welders must abide by strict safety protocols and be able to produce quality work in a variety …
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Of course, it is possible. Don`t wait for someone to do it. Try to do it all by yourself. Every frame can be welded. You can do it with a really cheap welder like these ones The Best Welders for Beginners in 2020 (Review & Buying guide). You don`t need a really expensive welder for this. You can make a really decent weld with a cheap welder. If you don`t have experience with welding then you should consider buying a cheap welder, these welders are really good for beginners. It won`t take a lot of time to learn. Also, what do you have to do? How bad is your frame damaged? Be caesious, if you make a bad weld, the frame will be compromised and this is a really bad thing to happen.
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