Best "No Welder" Aluminum Welding Rods? Let's find out! Alumiweld vs Bernzomatic vs Hobart

5.10.2020
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Which low temperature welding or brazing rods are best? Brands of low temperature aluminum welding or brazing rods tested: Hobart, Blue Demon, Bernzomatic, Master-Weld, Saker, Iceyyyy, Simple, and Alumiweld (sold at Harbor Freight). Low temperature welding rods are designed to melt at approximately 730F while aluminum melts at approximately 1220F. All welding rods tested for melting point, tensile strength, and other bonding characteristics. The best performing brand is really put to the test when it is used to patch a hole in a cylinder head. Hope you enjoy the video!
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  • The top 4 low temperature aluminum brazing/welding rods are pretty impressive, and I’ll definitely be using them in the future. Here’s a quick reference list of all past videos and products tested: bit.ly/2FCrBpk Also, thank you for generously supporting the channel. I’ve never had any sponsors and plan to keep it that way to ensure unbiased test results. I’m looking forward to reading your suggestions for future video ideas! Thanks again, Todd

    Project FarmProject Farm18 päivää sitten
    • I just ran across your videos a couple hours ago and have been binge watching them. I love them. My question is, what model is your smart sensor temperature probe. Do you think an Infrared Thermometer would work as well.

      Lonnie EudyLonnie Eudy4 päivää sitten
    • @08 DURAMAX LOVER we used transmission fluid in our engines but can't remember the mix. Start with a small amount and work up.

      Lonnie EudyLonnie Eudy4 päivää sitten
    • Todd; I don't know how many non-North America viewers you have, it would be interesting if some of the European (even UK ;-) ) viewers would let you know... if there is any kind of interest, perhaps one, or more, of your European viewers could purchase some European brand products for you to add to your tests? Just thinking, because there are many times when we have different products in Europe, or, we may not be able to readily purchase a US brand... Just wondering??

      Lohi KarhuLohi Karhu8 päivää sitten
    • Hmm the fact that the brazing rod was running cooler and it didnt even have the cooling fins gives me an idea, Please take a normal cylinder head and cast it in green sand, then melt a crucible of the Hobart brazing rods and try to make an entire cylinder head from the rods, obviously youll habe to tap spark plug thread which may be hard and drill head bolt holes but it would be awesome to see how it performs against the compression aswell as the heat and if it can even run cooler!!

      Fozay AllDayFozay AllDay9 päivää sitten
    • I would like to see a automotive compression tester test and comparison.

      fx1markfx1mark11 päivää sitten
  • That was great info for me! Thx!

    Ryan TRyan T57 minuuttia sitten
  • Ive got some rods called HTS 2000. They seem to work ok. They certainly cant replace welding in all situations, but seem to work pretty good when they do fit the bill!

    1waukesha1waukesha3 tuntia sitten
  • None of these are welding rods. Anything melting before 840F is soldering, not brazing.

    MX after 30MX after 303 tuntia sitten
  • Great test; well(d) executed !! :) :)

    Paul O'ConnorPaul O'Connor16 tuntia sitten
    • Thank you very much!

      Project FarmProject Farm4 tuntia sitten
  • I wonder if any of these products would work with removing broken manifold bolts from LS engines?

    ImmortalImmortal16 tuntia sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Best Chanel on the internet. I knew it from your very first post.

    amberjack1234amberjack1234Päivä sitten
    • Wow, thanks

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  • you have done a public service here. the harbor freight ones did better than i would have thought, gotta get some next trip

    mister klugemister klugePäivä sitten
    • Thanks for sharing.

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  • I really like how these experiments are as fair as they possibly can be, you really do a fantastic job with these videos.

    Ryan AggeRyan AggePäivä sitten
    • Thanks so much!

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  • I guess there were 226 (at the time of writing this comment) employees of some of the samples with poor results. Why else would you give a thumbs-down to someone who helps us for free to find out which ones tests the best? I don't get it!

    Lou, SirLou, SirPäivä sitten
  • Muggy weld?

    Charles DomaikaCharles DomaikaPäivä sitten
    • Thanks for watching.

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  • What, a PF video with no Briggs & Stratton head gasket? I'm going thru withdrawal

    Fred MyersFred MyersPäivä sitten
    • Thanks for the suggestion for future round of testing.

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  • Thanks but what if the bolt was of a Titanium alloy? Then you would be able to overheat it as easily. But maybe the welding rods would not stick in this case and instead of them, you should find Titanium welding rods or something? I guess it would require much higher temperatures altogether which would be hard for "home" use.

    Stranger HappenedStranger Happened2 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

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  • *It is a bit confusing* when some measurements are made in international Si standard and others in Imperial. If possible, it would be the best if everything would be measured in mm/cm/m and g/kg (but, of course, with obligatory onscreen translation to inches and pounds for those who have forgotted the international units since their school lessons).

    Stranger HappenedStranger Happened2 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for sharing.

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  • If there was ever anyone to investigate and try replicate the results of September 11th 2001.

    Denial1984Denial19842 päivää sitten
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  • AWESOME VIDEOS! Minor suggestion, leave product name up entire time when working with that product. Thanks for the hard work!

    Mike MessinaMike Messina2 päivää sitten
    • Great suggestion! Thank you.

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  • I can tell you put so much time into your videos and I think that is awesome your videos are awesome thank you very much .

    Quads’n mtbQuads’n mtb2 päivää sitten
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    OvalWingNutOvalWingNut2 päivää sitten
    • Thanks so much!

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  • I hope you didn't have a good pump under that Briggs.

    thomasmiddlebrook168thomasmiddlebrook1682 päivää sitten
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  • I’m impressed. Never thought any of them would work that well. I will probably try some after all.

    Scott KlossnerScott Klossner2 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

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  • thank you very much, i have been looking forward to this.

    Ryan CHRISTOPHERRyan CHRISTOPHER2 päivää sitten
    • Try Simple are awesome.

      Mirjana IlievskaMirjana Ilievska5 tuntia sitten
    • You're very welcome!

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  • Where can these rods be found? I looked on Amazon and on my local big box store.

    candlemousephonecandlemousephone2 päivää sitten
    • There is in I tried 3 , Number 1 Simple Welding Rods.

      Mirjana IlievskaMirjana Ilievska5 tuntia sitten
  • Thanks I especially like that you said your winner opinion out loud. Otherwise, I gotta keep rewatching each test! Announcing your winner opinion is really important to me!

    DigDig2 päivää sitten
    • The best for me was Simple Welding Rods.

      Mirjana IlievskaMirjana Ilievska5 tuntia sitten
    • Thanks for sharing.

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  • Price to performance among American Made, the blue demon seems like the winner. The Hobart would probably be best if it's a one off repair as cost wouldn't change significantly for one repair. Aluminum oxidizes so fast possibly you need to wire brush it while the torch is on it burning the oxygen to keep it away. Oven brazing might be a help in using these products.

    Robert KubrickRobert Kubrick2 päivää sitten
    • Blue demon and Simple Welding the best options.

      Mirjana IlievskaMirjana Ilievska5 tuntia sitten
    • Thanks for watching.

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  • Wow, just wow! Your testing methodology is really impressive. Great job!

    Patriottoo2Patriottoo22 päivää sitten
    • Thank you!

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  • Another very informative video. I've been using different brands of these rods for a while and rods just aren't rods with some! 🥺 Thanks for the info PF

    MrConsparkMrConspark2 päivää sitten
    • You are welcome.

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  • Just found this channel and it’s actually awesome!! This isn’t welding at all lol it’s brazing. The base material isn’t melting, only the filler material is.

    James GJames G2 päivää sitten
    • Welcome aboard! Thanks for watching.

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  • excellent

    d dd d2 päivää sitten
    • Many many thanks

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  • You always seem to be doing videos on something I start to look into using. Keep up the excellent work bud. You are awsome!

    Bob DoleBob Dole2 päivää sitten
    • Thanks, will do!

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  • Can you test coolers and thermos'? That yeti brand can't be good enough to justify how expensive all their products are, can it?

    BMelloYelloBMelloYello2 päivää sitten
    • Great suggestion. Thank you.

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  • Just wow.....what idiot wrote the instructions for these products....you DONT heat the metal your supposed to weld bcuz in some cases it can melt faster than the welding rod....You ALWAYS heat up and melt the welding rods and apply it on the surface you want to weld.....easy as that for f sakes.....

    igi 25igi 253 päivää sitten
  • masterweld is like masterlock. Pure shit

    14725800369147258003693 päivää sitten
  • I trusted your result more than Consumer Report

    BEYOND VEGASBEYOND VEGAS3 päivää sitten
    • Thanks!

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  • I had the question ?? I they worked at all !! THANKS Professor !!

    Terry HerreraTerry Herrera3 päivää sitten
    • You're welcome!

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  • This may be a dumb question. If the welding rod metal is that superior ins dispersing heat and strong, why don't people manufacture products using that metal? Don't know much about metal however, so please spare the rude comments lol.

    benjamin munnellbenjamin munnell3 päivää sitten
  • Can you test if setting a car battery on the ground will really kill it or not

    Kendrick EsteppKendrick Estepp4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Would like to see the best brazing rod vs broken connecting rod, and maybe piston repair

    Teck TipsTeck Tips4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • this video alone caused me to subb....GG

    Orlos The DruidOrlos The Druid4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for watching and subscribing.

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  • Very enjoyable. Very informative. I've known about Al brazing rods for a long time but viewed the whole biz with suspicion until today. You've done a great service for both the public and the legit manufacturers.

    D. JensenD. Jensen4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks so much!

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  • Great. Thanks

    J ParsonsJ Parsons4 päivää sitten
    • You are welcome!

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  • The choice is so simple.

    AxeMastersINCAxeMastersINC4 päivää sitten
    • @Project Farm No sir. Thank you. Love your channel.

      AxeMastersINCAxeMastersINC4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for watching.

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  • BTW did you check the recommended alloys for the rods? i personally find the 5xxx and 7xxx series to be a handfull, and i know that alot of them have recommended alloy types(especially the non flux cored ones)

    mistboostermistbooster4 päivää sitten
  • Try using Buble gum as a replacement for NBR gaskets ;D

    mistboostermistbooster4 päivää sitten
  • 13/128... Omfg I'm literally dieing :D Americans just can't be any more special

    Space JAGASpace JAGA4 päivää sitten
  • And still i think he is the brother of steve carell...😄...also i love he spend his own money,thnx for the effort for getting the test done ...

    6R0V3R6R0V3R5 päivää sitten
  • great episode!

    bpapaobpapao5 päivää sitten
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  • test the Introducing the 24 in 1 Transforma Ladder against the competition

    Pradeep MaganPradeep Magan5 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • One more great test!!

    Chad WilliamsChad Williams5 päivää sitten
    • Thanks so much!

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  • Anything less then 7/64th, and more 1/8th is ridiculous for a welding rod. I prefer rods that are between 31/256th and 61/512th of an inch, I can occasionally tolerate 641/8192th for jobs that requires a finer diameter, like the first one, that one had some sensible measurements :)

    svampebob007svampebob0075 päivää sitten
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  • man, your channelk just makes me happy.

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  • How 'bout testing extension cords? For sure, current capacity is a factor, but IMO the most interesting part would be wear tests of slamming them in a doorway (or other shear testing), putting them under tension until they fail, and comparing the electrical contacts after plugging/unplugging under load to create arcing. Maybe test the strain relief boots on the ends too?

    Anson MansfieldAnson Mansfield5 päivää sitten
    • Thank you for the video idea!

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  • Excellent and very helpful video...Thanks!

    Tony T.Tony T.5 päivää sitten
    • You're welcome!

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  • Surprised at the difference between the rods, I imagined that they were a mostly zinc alloy of some kind. Thanks for the video, I would like to see how these rods stand upto vibration, corrosion, ect so as you probably have quite a few now maybe you could continue the experiments perhaps with outdoor aluminium furniture and the classic farmerbago. Thanks for your work, very inspiring 👍👍👍

    Mike2Mike25 päivää sitten
  • I love how in your reviews you add in the possibility of user error instead of throwing the product under the bus like some other reviewers do. It makes it extremely easy to recommend your videos to other people who could use the information.

    Mike BartonMike Barton5 päivää sitten
  • Thanks for the video! Very informative!🙋😇🇺🇸🙌

    Sharron ClarkSharron Clark6 päivää sitten
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  • This may have been asked and answered already: We saw the tensile strength of the bolts when the bolts broke rather than the weld. But, what is the tensile strength of the aluminum bolts prior to being exposed to the extra heat of the welding process?

    j aj a6 päivää sitten
  • This was a great product comparison, as I'm sure other technicians who also specialize in small engines will find value in this!

    Derek TrounceDerek Trounce6 päivää sitten
  • I think the Pro Ma MBL8 oil additive is the best. . it is copper and lead particles. Im in Australia and love your work . Take a look at this if you would its no joke. its better than sl50 fiworld.info/goon/gJWssYCd052daHA/videot.html

    moparmissilemoparmissile6 päivää sitten
  • You're my Consumer Reports of equipment 😁...Through experience I generally find myself using the better products anyway but I do put your tests in the front of my mind when I try new products

    Bill CatBill Cat6 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for sharing!

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  • You should do a comparison test with your so called "mapp gas", and propane! I believe mapp gas is a brand name, and the chemical composition in it no longer exists. So in reality mapp gas is pretty much all propane! ( Actually I think there is a little bit of something else in that product, don't remember what it was though)!

    EMCalEMCal6 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Why is "non chlorinated" so important...? The way he says it at 5:07 makes me think there's something that I don't know....

    ChrisChris6 päivää sitten
    • @Steve Bent Bob G. said in another comment...."Chlorinated products, when you put a flame to them create fozine gas, which is pretty much cyanide gas." That's not commonly known.... I really learned something today.

      ChrisChris4 päivää sitten
    • Thank you I didnt know that

      Steve BentSteve Bent4 päivää sitten
    • @Edward Prado VERY good to know! Thank you so much! 👍

      ChrisChris6 päivää sitten
    • If I remember from my welding classes chlorinated brake cleaners when heated create a gas which is extremely toxic. I seem to remember it leading to organ failures. I don't remember the specifics but I am sure I don't even have it in my garage after learning about the dangers. Plenty of other solvents that will do the job just fine.

      Edward PradoEdward Prado6 päivää sitten
  • Weld a connecting rod back together then maybe take two rods and cut them so you can stroke one motor and destoke the other. Fix a hole in a piston. After seeing you patch that cylinder head my wheels started turning. Great job buddy.

    Daddy shovelDaddy shovel6 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the suggestion.

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  • Wonderful info!!!!!!!

    Fred ReadFred Read6 päivää sitten
    • Thanks so much!

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  • “Saker, the worst and most expensive out there” perfect advertising.

    Markus LennartMarkus Lennart6 päivää sitten
    • I used Simple Welding they are GREAT. Saker FAKE RODS.

      Mirjana IlievskaMirjana Ilievska5 tuntia sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

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  • I Have used hobart before for exactly the same repair on a cylinder head not a cut but a crack and i did both sides. if the piston rod didnt fail 4 years ago it would still be going today. now fix that from inside keep the engine for next test.

    shaun schollaertshaun schollaert6 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for sharing.

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  • Awesome, thanks for doing all the work on these products ,very useful in knowing how to join aluminium which I'll use for my model aeroplanes and hovercrafts

    Ian BakerIan Baker6 päivää sitten
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  • The plug weld is also called a rosette weld when it comes to electric arc welding, this is a good video for people who don't have enough money to get a good welding machine keep the great contact coming

    Felix FoxFelix Fox6 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for sharing.

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  • What size hole in a piston will I fill and how long will it last

    Thomas MangesThomas Manges7 päivää sitten
  • Great Video! I have to borrow a TIG to repair aluminum. Will try Hobart rods. Thanks for doing such specialized testing.

    Tim AlentievTim Alentiev7 päivää sitten
    • You are welcome!

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  • can u weld aluminum to steel?

    Itai ZrihanItai Zrihan7 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Why is the title welding it's not welding

    Peter Van Der VeldenPeter Van Der Velden7 päivää sitten
  • You are very mean to engines

    BikerboythousandBikerboythousand7 päivää sitten
  • How about a hand cleaner shootout? A comparison of Gojo Simply Orange and other cleaners.

    WhiskeyKingWhiskeyKing7 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Can you also do a test of regular old solder? I'm doing soldering for my work, and I'm curious how strong these wire connections actuall are. If they are any good, it might encourage people to learn soldering to fix small items.

    ShawnShawn7 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Best floor jack???

    Brayden WallBrayden Wall7 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • LOVE your channel sir!!! Keep up the superb work! 👍 I'd like to see brazing rod compares. 😊

    Daniel JDaniel J7 päivää sitten
    • Thanks so much! Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Didn’t know this existed, great info, great video

    Slimtim FantomSlimtim Fantom7 päivää sitten
    • Thanks so much!

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  • Now I don't feel so bad about fixing the elevator on my ultralight airplane with this stuff.

    1Thatstrangeguy1Thatstrangeguy7 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for sharing.

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  • Worth noting to some of the folks that may not know. - it is impossible to get new true MAPP gas in North America as the plants shut down that made it. The stuff they sell now is MAP/Pro and while better than propane its not as hot as real MAPP gas. MAPP is methylacetylene-propadiene propane and burns hotter than MAP/Pro is just Propene. You can still get real mapp in Europe and Asia. On Air mix the difference isn't much but with oxygen the MAPP is nearly as hot as acetylene without all the special storage considerations (special tank etc)a cetylene has..

    Michael OMichael O7 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for sharing.

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  • thanks this helped me a lot choosing how to fix a small crack in my snowmobile tunnel

    RevyRevy8 päivää sitten
    • Great to hear!

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  • Test the new tactical flashligth they all say 'the best you can buy' most lumen ect

    Eric SicardEric Sicard8 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Those harbor freight, Hobart, And benzo rods especially the harbor freight ones are extremely impressive Though my only gripe is you should have filled the head from both sides then cleaned up the combustion chamber imo

    MyLonewolf25MyLonewolf258 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for sharing.

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  • Best rain gear

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  • Best work gloves

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  • Best work boots

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  • Best water bottle

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  • Best camping gear?

    Chad GibbishChad Gibbish8 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the suggestion.

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  • Memory foam test?

    Chad GibbishChad Gibbish8 päivää sitten
    • Great suggstion. Thank you.

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  • Window tint test?

    Chad GibbishChad Gibbish8 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Insulation tests?

    Chad GibbishChad Gibbish8 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the suggestion.

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  • How about what tower fan is best?

    Chad GibbishChad Gibbish8 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the suggestion.

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  • A lot of them melts close to the same temp as zinc

    Independent ThinkerIndependent Thinker8 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for watching.

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  • Haha once you said made in China, I knew what to expect

    The Redneck TruckerThe Redneck Trucker8 päivää sitten
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  • Awesome test topic.This is one of my favorite videos of yours so far,and one of us will be dead before I quit watching your content.

    Wallace FreyWallace Frey8 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for watching.

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  • Thank you very much ...I've been wondering for a while, but now I know exactly what to buy

    s. duros. duro8 päivää sitten
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  • i cant wait till china is destroyed and taken over their army is a useless as their products

    John SmithJohn Smith8 päivää sitten
  • Stop saying weld.....

    Michael 13Fox20Michael 13Fox208 päivää sitten
  • Would love to see sanrico low temp rods

    BLeeViTBLeeViT8 päivää sitten
    • @Project Farm thank you for your time and effort. Your videos are much appreciated.

      BLeeViTBLeeViT8 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

      Project FarmProject Farm8 päivää sitten
  • It would be cool to see if there are any torque wrenches that are more accurate than others. Wonder if there's a way to test that but I swear I break more bolts using my husky than I do not using a torque wrench at all 🤣😂 thinking about upgrading but i dont know what to go with.

    McKinnon ErarioMcKinnon Erario9 päivää sitten
    • Just yesterday using a threaded hex coupler, a socket and a torque wrench on each end turning opposite ways to see how close they were to each other. Surprisingly the Horror Freight ones were just as accurate as the others. Used adjustable ratchet type ones and the beam deflection type. IMO, the beam ones are more accurate overall when you have the room to use them. Many use them to calibrate the click type ones.

      Tony MickloseTony Micklose8 päivää sitten
    • Great suggestion! Thank you.

      Project FarmProject Farm8 päivää sitten
  • You do a great job on everything. Thank you, I have very interested about this .

    WorthrhetimeWorthrhetime9 päivää sitten
    • You are very welcome.

      Project FarmProject Farm8 päivää sitten
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