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  • Walmart US
    Nelson Stud Welding Inc. 101-208-278-G1000 Welding Stud, Tftc,1/4-20,1 L,Pk 1000
    Seller: Walmart US
    Manufacturer: NELSON STUD WELDING INC.
    Category: tools & home improvement > power & hand tools > power tools > welding equipment > tig welding equipment

    Capacitor Discharge Welding Stud, TFTC Flanged Threaded, Material Mild Steel, Finish Copper Plated, Thread Size 1/4-20, Thread Type UNC, Thread Direction RH, Thread Length 1 In, Length under Head 1 In, Head Dia. 0.312 In, Package Quantity 1,000FeaturesFinish: Copper PlatedItem: Capacitor Discharge Welding StudMaterial: Mild SteelThread Size: 1/4-20Type: TFTC Flanged ThreadedThread Length:...

    $88.95
  • Walmart US
    NELSON STUD WELDING INC. 101-015-072-G1000 Welding Stud, CKL, 3/8-16, 5/8 L
    Seller: Walmart US
    Manufacturer: NELSON STUD WELDING INC.
    Category: tools & home improvement > power & hand tools > power tools > welding equipment > tig welding equipment

    Collar Welding Stud, CKL, Material Mild Steel, Finish Plain, Thread Size 3/8-16, Thread Type UNC, Thread Direction RH, Thread Length 5/8 In, Package Quantity 1,000FeaturesFinish: PlainItem: Drawn Arc Welding StudMaterial: Mild SteelThread Size: 3/8-16Type: CKLThread Length: 5/8"Thread Type: UNCThread Direction: Right Hand

    $376.23
  • Walmart US
    NELSON STUD WELDING INC. 101-208-259-G1000 Welding Stud, TFTC, 10-32, 3/8 L
    Seller: Walmart US
    Manufacturer: NELSON STUD WELDING INC.
    Category: tools & home improvement > power & hand tools > power tools > welding equipment > tig welding equipment

    Capacitor Discharge Welding Stud, TFTC Flanged Threaded, Material Mild Steel, Finish Copper Plated, Thread Size 10-32, Thread Type UNF, Thread Direction RH, Thread Length 3/8 In, Length under Head 3/8 In, Head Dia. 0.250 In, Package Quantity 1,000FeaturesFinish: Copper PlatedItem: Capacitor Discharge Welding StudMaterial: Mild SteelThread Size: 10-32Type: TFTC Flanged ThreadedThread Length:...

    $65.18

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Thieves steal new welding equipment from school | FOX2now.com

PIKE COUNTY, MO (KTVI)– Thieves rip off a new technical school for welding in Pike County, Missouri.

Ten new welders valued at $60,000 were stolen from Pike Lincoln Technical Center.

The sheriff says the department is following some leads, but so far, there are no suspects and none of the welding equipment has been recovered.

Although the center has insurance,...

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