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Which rosebud should I get for my new oxy/propane rig?


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I have a medium duty Smith torch and have been debating which oxy/propane rosebud to switch to since I am making the switch for heating from oxy/acetylene to oxy/propane along with new T-grade hoses to my gas saver.  I was thinking of purchasing the MT800 although Smith has stopped manufacturing them, I think I found a source.  However, the MT 615 sounds appealing if I could adjust the flame so it's not using so much consumables, then I could turn up as needed.  Thoughts?  

 

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It all depends on the kind of work you're going to be doing. My Victor oxypropane rig came with a rosebud that's great for a lot of the work I do, but is a bit large for things like heating rivets.

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