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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-12-2012, 04:05 PM Thread Starter
 
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PORTABLE TORCH KIT

I saw these on sale at princess auto for 349.00 debating on picking a set up or not, looks like a nice small portable kit that can store easily but how long will the gas last right now I only think I would want it for heating up bolts that wont come off but I don't want to but too small of a outfit and cut myself short

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-12-2012, 09:44 PM
 
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http://www.princessauto.com/pal/prod...able-Torch-Kit

cutting capacity is 6" ..
need more?
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Tank size doesn't look too bad for home garage use, 20 cubic foot oxy and other tank is 10 cubic foot. Should do what you need.

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Looks like a good price. Worst case situation in the future, you can always buy or lease some bigger bottles.

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I'm sure you could upsize to larger cylinders need be.

That reminds me.....Fathers Day this weekend right???

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Grab a plasma cutter... The cheap chinese ones seem to work pretty good... and are resonably priced and the tips/other parts are well priced from ebay.....

then again if you just want to get a bolt out probly not the nest tool but would work.... lol



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Most likely I'll pick one of these up but it would be nice if the tanks were a little larger

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The tank size really depends on how often you will be using it. Big tanks will take up more real estate in the garage. If your using it a lot more then you anticipated I agree look into larger tanks .
Or pick it up (so you get the deal) then price out the larger ranks or refill in your area. If no good you could always return it. PA has a great return policy.


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Ended up picking one of these up well see how it works out

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Alrighty!

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