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    Anyone in Sydney up for a drive/coffee meet on Sunday morning? Open to suggestions on locations

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    Quote Originally Posted by RS-Rated View Post
    Anyone in Sydney up for a drive/coffee meet on Sunday morning? Open to suggestions on locations
    I'm away, so can't make it unfortunately..

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    Fist TIG weld iv done in over a year.
    I think I did a lot better then I though being that theres no holes lol



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    Nice one, but I've got no idea how easy/hard it is

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    Its actually not that hard really.
    Yeh its hard to be one of those intergram welders but if ya just wana make metal stick, its really quite simple.
    I found it way easier to learn by just understanding the physics of it all than getting your body to react to it.
    Also you need a steady hand a a lot of patients.
    Its one of those things where being OCD will pay off being that its all about prep and perfection.


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    Nice one! Welding on a cylindrical shape raises the difficulty a few notches.

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    2004 A6 C5 Sedan 3.0 V6 Quattro
    1999 A4 B5 Avant 2.4 V6 (Unreg)

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    Im on struggle street though with the hanger rod lol


    I find this way harder than welding the pipe it self
    Funny how there are no videos on doing this lol
    Ill get there in the end


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    Yeah, strange one this optus hack..

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