Here is a little what not to do welding article

drizler Posted By drizler, Sep 7, 2008 at 12:27 AM

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  1. drizler

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    Dude, this sounds like an outrageous post that we do not endorse.....We only accept real problems and situations...I am not a moderator or host but your claim is silly, jejune and a waste of this forums time...Tell you what ...Go to HearthTalk.com... they love these articles
     
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    Lighten up. Looks like a DIY and non hearth topic to me : )
     
  4. Elderthewelder

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    and what does this have to do with welding? there was no mention of welding anything in the article!
     
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    The guy was a welder so it is very related to welding. My gosh, the threads are like a one way trap. Or is it like a chinese finger trap.....
     
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    Ya- it's fine to do that, just don't weld anything to it. I figure an extra nut would have been a conversation starter on the honeymoon at least.

    Don't wear a fleece sweatshirt whilst welding overhead either... ask me how I know- LOL
     
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