MIG Stud Welding Kit

    Item #13928 MIG Stud Welding Kit

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    The Eastwood MIG Stud Welding Kit transforms your MIG welder into a Stud Welder which can be used to repair and remove dents from sheet metal. This kit includes everything you will need to start repairing dents with your MIG welder. The kit includes MIG Stud Nozzle, Slide Hammer, 100 2 mm Pins, and a replacement locking cam for the slide hammer. The nozzle included in this kit was designed to work with Tweco style nozzles and may or may not work with other style MIG torches.

    About MIG Stud Welding Kit

    The Eastwood MIG Stud Welding Kit transforms your MIG welder into a Stud Welder which can be used to repair and remove dents from sheet metal. This kit includes everything you will need to start repairing dents with your MIG welder. The kit includes MIG Stud Nozzle, Slide Hammer, 100 2mm Pins, and are placement locking cam for the slide hammer. The nozzle included in this kit was designed to work with Tweco style nozzles and may or may not work with other style MIG torches.This attachment will only accept 2 mm pins.


    Contents

    The following items are included with your Eastwood MIG Stud Welding Kit:Stud Welding Nozzle, Slide Hammer, 100 2mm Pins, Replacement Slide Hammer Knurled Locking Cam


    Instructions

    Click Here for product instructions


    Safety

    DO NOT insert pins with bare hands as the nozzle will get very hot and will cause a burn. Follow all safety precautions in your Welder's Instruction Manual. Wear appropriate safety equipment: Welding Helmet (Min Shade #11),Gloves, Long Sleeve Shirt and Pants, etc. Do not touch pin, nozzle, or welding wire while in use. Do not use on, near, or around fuel tanks. Be aware of your surroundings. Notify anyone in your area before using.


    Warranty

    1 Year Warranty. Design and engineered in the USA. Final product imported.


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    Terrible and not worth the money (Posted on 4/5/14)
    Review by Tim
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    The attachment to the welder is not great. The studs do not get welded like an electric kit meaning once you pull on the stud it releases. The studs have no grip on them and the slide pull hammer tip is horrible. Purchase a real electric stud welding and slide pull hammer kit.
    Mig Stud Welding Kit (Posted on 2/4/14)
    Review by Curtis
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    The roller on the puller wears out fast and stops gripping, it is replaceable. They need to give you at least 10 extra wheels with a bag of 100 pins. I fixed this by welding a small pair of needle nose Vise Grips on the nose piece to pull the pins with. Problem solved. With the spot welding attachment I keep burning the heads off of the pins or not getting them stuck to the sheet metal securely. I have a HF mig welder and just don't have the proper adjustments available. I'm getting an Eastwood Mig 175 and see if its me or the welder that can't stick the pins right.
    Just buy an actual stud welder... (Posted on 1/14/14)
    Review by Lee
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    I played around with this for several hours on a couple different occasions and had almost zero success. The welder attachment works "alright", but it is very difficult to get a solid weld to the body.

    The build quality is solid, but it doesn't change that it doesn't work.

    The slide hammer worked the first few times (although usually just ripped the pin off), then could never get a grip to the pins. Its a heavy item, so after shipping its an expensive paper weight in my garage.

    To summarize: save your money.
    Great quality (Posted on 1/8/14)
    Review by Ron
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    Hard to beat the price on these pins. Nice to have a little extra for when you need them.
    poor (Posted on 12/31/13)
    Review by Rick
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    Very disappointed in he adapter for the mig gun and the slide hammer. I practiced for over an hour using the adapter, I just couldn't get the tip vs stud vs mig wire to marry up. won't use it. As far as the slide hammer goes, disgusting. The head wouldn't catch the stud, the cam on the end of the slide hammer would NOT hold the stud. Talked with an Eastwood rep, he did replace the slide hammer with a better grade slide hammer, but I haven't used the new tool yet and I had to pay return shipping ($13.10) on the slide hammer that came with the kit. Poor business practice!
    Faulty (Posted on 11/17/13)
    Review by John
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    Again, tthe start of something good. Iwill be drill and tapping a large thunb screw to hold the studs and do awau with the cam lock which is engineedered at the scrong spirial, which is why it wears prematurely and does not griv properly. Bad design, fixable.
    Love Eastwood Products but was Very Disappointed with this item (Posted on 5/5/13)
    Review by W Scott
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    Watched the video, practiced on flat stock and similar metal, but when trying to use this in any areas that were other than very flat and wide access, the stud welds didn't take, or the stud posts didn't set
    For serious hobbiest not for production use (Posted on 3/11/13)
    Review by Kartdad88
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    Ordered dent puller kit to work on father/son project truck. Could not justify cost of stand alone stud welder for such random, occasional use. We followed the instructions and the added warnings to keep the roller taught before slide hammering. Had no issues at all. It may help teach a little patience to some individuals.
    Not the quality I expected from Eastwood (Posted on 2/22/13)
    Review by ffshrek
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    The nozzle worked ok, unless it was a sharper dent, then the wire doesn't hit where it is supposed to. The dent puller did not grab the pins after I used it on 8 pins. Do yourself a favor and do not purchase this tool.

    Eastwood Comments:

    To assure secure pin retention and avoid premature wear of the cam wheel, follow the below procedure. This process will eliminate the issue mentioned in the customer reviews, prolong cam wheel life and assure pin retention to easily pull dents.
    · Insert slide hammer cam wheel over pin to be pulled.
    · Insert as much of the pin into the slide hammer cam wheel as possible.
    · Grasp cam wheel with either left or right thumb and pull back while applying tension on the slide hammer with the other hand.
    · Hold thumb on cam wheel while activating slide hammer weight to slowly pull dent.

    Note: It is best to weld multiple pins around the outside perimeter of the dent in a spiral pattern toward the center of the dent ( see instructions for details). Slowly pull on each pin multiple times and remove dent in an even fashion. With the above procedure on securing the cam wheel to the pins you will avoid premature wear to the cam wheel.
    Did not work as advertised (Posted on 2/22/13)
    Review by L8racer
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    I consider myself a good welder and teachable but I've almost worn out the knobs on my welder and the set screw on the adapter and still can't get this silly thing to work.
    I've tried .025 and .030 wire, changed speed and heat and the pins either pull off or burn in half. I've moved the adapter up and back and get the same result. Thought maybe the fender wasn't clean enough so spent close to an hour trying to set it up on new steel.
    I finally got so frustrated that I abandoned the effort and bought a cheap stud gun from a discount tool supplier (which works great!).
    I'm very sorry I wasted money on this tool and would gladly return it for a full refund!

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