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colo_nuggetsRe: 263 a/c
Ok, that would explain a few things! I will try something else. Thanks
eightymeshRe: 263 a/c
a lot of "cast" aluminum products are made with a mixture of pots and pans , wheels,etc etc(no specific alloy) and can have lots of non metallic inclusions and can be a bugger to weld with a tig set up.
a wire feeder is a bit less finnicky
colo_nuggets263 a/c
Is the housing of a 263 where the bolt holes are weldable?
If so would some 4043 aluimnum rod tig welding work?
Thanks Scott

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