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  1. @katsMy co-owned Feb 1970 did not have the plastic base: I wish I still had it 😞
  2. I use blue thread lock on those and also on the oil pickup fasteners... just to be sure.
  3. Difference is to clear the different cross member (and power steering bits).
  4. Interesting way to see if there was an air pump on the engine. I think Gab Ringette's #48 had this question. His hood was painted with no sticker. I looked at #13 photos but the hood was replaced according to Mark so no sticker. It also has the reinforcing,
  5. I looked at the PDF spec and it too says ~6000 amps... the company seems solid so I wonder how a typo got into two docs?
  6. IF the device has that DC feature. I am guessing it is just an AC output with heavy duty variable tap transformer and contactor with a timer.
  7. I agree, a higher voltage capacitive discharge feature in such a tool can create a huge current for a short period of time.
  8. It seems the specs have errors? I just multiplied welding Voltage X welding current. It looks like the 6000A may be incorrect. Some possibilities below. Quick Spot II Specs Maximum Welding Current: 6000 Amps < 600A or Max Weld Pwr= 6kW Welding Voltage: 2.5 Volts Max Electrode Pressure: 265 Lbs. Input Voltage: 220 Volts Input Amperage: 30 Amps Maximum Absorbed Power: 13 Kw Rated Power: 2.3 Kw @ 50% Spots/Hr: 180 (continuous mode, 20 gauge panels) Maximum Double-Sided Spot Welding Thickness: 14 gauge (.075") + 14 gauge (.075") Dimensions: 17" L x 4" W x 7" H Weight: 30 Lbs. Warranty: 1-Year