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It never fails. This is the second time, I've ran out of gas for the mig....You guessed it, on Sunday.

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'67 Coupe project car (Did I say project car? I meant pile of rust)
http://www.americainter.net/~fevans/tangdar_flintstone.jpg
 

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I had that happen to me but I thought sure seemed like that gas ran out mighty fast. I checked my connects found that the spring type hose clamps they send with the welder were not tight enough to keep gas from leaking some and you can't hear it leaking so you may have to use the soapy water method. Anyways my next tank has lasted much longer. I also turn tank off when not welding.
 
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Looks like your gonna need a lot of gas for that Stang!!! hehehe. Good luck on your project!!

65 coupe 302
(rebuilding a 351W)
 
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It is actually comeing back together quite well. Since that Picture was taken, I have both floor pans in. I'm in the process of prepping the floor to shoot the primer.

http://members.tripod.com/tangdar/
'67 Coupe project car (Did I say project car? I meant pile of rust)
http://www.americainter.net/~fevans/tangdar_flintstone.jpg
 
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