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Old 03-10-2004, 05:57 PM
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I use a leather sock ...... for welding and bedroom fun
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Old 03-10-2004, 08:17 PM
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tantrum what is the name of your company . we use lindy gas or nw , must say lindy has been good to us. i weld all day and have the night after 5 it's for me i have a bobcat a bluestar and and a 30 ,45 , fc feeder and 170 miller matic . used a maxestar 150 the other day sweet .
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Old 03-10-2004, 09:40 PM
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don't expose much skin. I get little cancer spots cut off every year from too much weld exposure. Get em cut off my forearms, chest, neck.

I've got a few mineral glass mirrors with magnets and flex stick on them. Sure they're pitted, but you can see around corners with em.
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Its on it way.
Let me know what you think when you get it.
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Chris,

Got the hood. It actually came yesterday but I missed seeing it among my wife's stack of packages. I'll check it out and see if my lens will fit in tomorrow and let you know how it goes.

I'll give you a call on Monday.

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Old 03-12-2004, 09:15 PM
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Chris,

Lens fits great. Doesn't need any trimming for the sensors or anything. It's a little bulkier than the goggles but does give a lot more protection. Looks like a winner.

I'll talk with you Monday.

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Lens fits great. Doesn't need any trimming for the sensors or anything. It's a little bulkier than the goggles but does give a lot more protection. Looks like a winner.

I'll talk with you Monday.

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Im glad it worked for you
Talk to you Monday.
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Hey Roger, you ought to take a look at one too. Think it's going to be a real nice assest for those tight spots.

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Thanks Greg. I`ll have a look.
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