Advice for welding a suspension component? Beginner.

  1. Pigeon_Droppings2 Member

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    I thought so.....after many years of searching I managed to find the one that is made by a German company called Liqui. Theirs is even smarter because you can roll the car over with just an electric drill.

    The Liqui ones cost a bit more....what was odd was I bought mine and then another one popped up right after....this was only a few weeks ago but I think the second one sold.

    In 2-3 years I've only ever seen 3 of the Liqui ones being sold....first one I messed about and didn't win it.....so if you see one I'd say grab it because they are a bit scarce.

     
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  2. tom2207 Member

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    bet its a bit nervy the first time you use one
     
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  3. Pigeon_Droppings2 Member

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    That's why I decided on the liqui...the normal one looks ok once it's over...but getting it over might be interesting.

    My plan was to use a high lift farm jack ....but then the liqui one came up so got that instead as it's fully controllable.
     
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  6. Pigeon_Droppings2 Member

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    I prefer the liqui idea myself...a lot more control.

    There was a thread on here where someone made their own lifter...looked a descent job.
     
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