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Eagle Motorsports® Gas Lens for 17 TIG Welding Torch, 3/32 Inch
Eagle Motorsports® Gas Lens for 17 TIG Welding Torch, 3/32 Inch

Eagle Motorsports® Gas Lens for 17 TIG Welding Torch, 3/32 Inch

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Eagle Motorsports® Gas Lens for 17 TIG Welding Torch, 3/32 Inch
Eagle Motorsports® Gas Lens for 17 TIG Welding Torch, 3/32 Inch
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Gas lens for 17 TIG welding torch. Measures 3/32 inch. Sold each.

  • For 17 TIG welding torch
  • Measures 3/32 inch
  • Sold each

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The use of this short lens on a TIG torch requires the use of a short collet, which can be sourced through your local welding supply shop.  This allows the backcap to properly tighten down onto the collet to hold the Tungsten electrode in place.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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