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What to disconnect for chassis welding

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I got a surge protector to clip across the battery whilst welding which filters the spikes/high voltages, it saves me having to rest all my radio codes each time I want to weld something, cost about £15 I think, saved me more than that in time alone so far.....

Something like this: http://www.tooled-up.com/Product.asp?PID=1...Surge-Protector

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Having just spent the last three days welding my chassis, i was a little alarmed when i read this thread and realised i had forgotten to disconnect my battery! reluctently i wondered outside to see if the beast would start..........................

Yeah no problem!!! but don't take my lead..... :P

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