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      One other thing. You cant beat the Harbor Freight welding cart for the price. I've seen them as low as $39 with a coupon and the quality is about the same as the ones you will get from the welding supply stores.

      100 lb. Capacity Welding Cart

      When I bought my Miller TIG system last year, I bought one of these instead of one from the welder supply. Its the same quality and works excellent.
       
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      I have the 150cf tank of 75% Argon / 25% Co2, a Harbor Freight Mig Cart, and a Harbor Freight Chicago 220v 35-110Amp Mig solid/flux welder (no longer sold). I learned with this setup and though I did not use it to put all the sheetmetal on my car, I have been doing a lot of fixing what he messed up stuff with it for the past year and doubt I have used even 1/2 of the tank. I think I'm on my 3rd roll of 2lb welding wire.
       
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      I have the 150cf tank of 75% Argon / 25% Co2, a Harbor Freight Mig Cart, and a Harbor Freight Chicago 220v 35-110Amp Mig solid/flux welder (no longer sold). I learned with this setup and though I did not use it to put all the sheetmetal on my car, I have been doing a lot of fixing what he messed up stuff with it for the past year and doubt I have used even 1/2 of the tank. I think I'm on my 3rd roll of 2lb welding wire.
      Capacity is only rated at 100 lbs.
       
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