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I really DO recommend the internal pipe sanding, at least a little bit to: A. Clean up any oil or oxidation or crum that might be in there. 

B. To clear off chrome oxides then force the HC rod in making good contact. 

 

GOOD LUCK!

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I like 3in1 better than WD and keep an "oily" rag handy when prepping weld joints. My recently built 2" x 72" belt grinder is perfect for prepping welds and my 3in1 oily rag is closed up in a small can on the table/stand. 

I don't make blades but I enjoy forge welding and am going to play with billets. Not sure what I'll do with them, maybe flashy hammers or wall hooks, or . . .? 

Frosty The Lucky.

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Nothing says bling like pattern welded gas forge shell!

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Ooooooooh! B)

Frosty The Lucky.

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Especially split and drifted.

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