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Hobart 4043 Aluminum Stick Electrode. 1/8 in. Pack of 10

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Hobart 4043 Aluminum Stick Electrode. 1/8 in. Pack of 10
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Use the Hobart 4043 Aluminum Stick Electrode for aluminum welding on flat, horizontal and vertical applications.

  • DC (electrode positive) only

Specification Description
Rod Length: 15-1/4 in.
Product Weight: 1 lb.
Brand: Hobart
Manufacturer Part Number H722844-RDP
Hobart 4043 Aluminum Stick Electrode. 1/8 in. Pack of 10 is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great product This product worked so much better than I thought. excellent priduct
Date published: 2014-01-30
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can this be used to fill detonation damage to the quench area in a car cylinder head? Or is TIG welding the only possible route?

Asked by: ju58
TIG or MIG would be preferred as these processes are cleaner and lead to better fusion than aluminum stick welding.
Answered by: WillR
Date published: 2017-04-21
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