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Old 03-13-2022, 09:26 PM
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Default question what are these Tig parts

These came with some other material I got for welding
the tig cups do not fit my wp20, wp17 wp9 or anything I have they have a 3/8 x16 internal thread. and the other parts look like some sort of collet with a rubber top with a number on it. thanks
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Old 03-14-2022, 01:42 AM
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Couldn't tell you what they are for. Someone here will probably know. They look on the older, proprietary side.

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Wonder if they are something like the old ‘heli-arc’ or some of the other old tig parts?


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defiantly TIG related but before my time, I have never seen anything like it in the field
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I’m not sure, but the cups look like they would fit one of my tig torches.

The longer parts, no idea but look to be some sort of collet part though.


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I’m not sure, but the cups look like they would fit one of my tig torches.

The longer parts, no idea but look to be some sort of collet part though.


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No kidding what are those collets with the rubber-looking deals?

Kept staring at them thinking gas lens, and gave up?
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