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Mig gloves

Postby Cbking » Fri Jul 21, 2017 12:31 am

We are typically using black stallion 750 for our mig welding right now at work. I hate these gloves. The fit on them is super inconsistent one large pair will fit great the next will be way to small. They also don't last that long before the lining in them starts to fall out in clumps.

I am looking for a good preferably US made mig glove. Hoping that they will last longer than these black stallions and have a good consistent fit.

Thanks everyone


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Re: Mig gloves

Postby PeteM » Fri Jul 21, 2017 5:53 am

Tillman are great. If you're doing large welds with flux core or higher deposition hard wire you will need a heat shield though.
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Re: Mig gloves

Postby Farmwelding » Fri Jul 21, 2017 8:10 am

PeteM wrote:Tillman are great. If you're doing large welds with flux core or higher deposition hard wire you will need a heat shield though.

+1 Tillmans ate all I use because I love them. I think I use the #50 and a heat pad on my left hand.
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