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Old 04-08-2005, 06:53 AM   #1
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hey guys i am gonna be picking up a new soldering iron this weekend, and i had my eye on a not to pricey one. I was looking at a weller and it was around 45 dollars. Only question is will it get hot enough to make some nice connections on batteries. I think it goes up to 40 watts. Is that gonna be enough or should i get an iron with more wattage ?
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Order this it is a HAKKO knock off but it works very well.
And it is cheaper, just order a larger tip at the same time the tip that comes with it is tiny.
I bought one for my Brother-in-law and works very well.
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MAN!Is there anything you don't know where to buy one at?BTW thanks again for the info on the GM temp sensor.
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MAN!Is there anything you don't know where to buy one at?BTW thanks again for the info on the GM temp sensor.
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