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Exhaust welding question

Hi everyone, I want to start by saying this is a remaining project of mine. The goats belly was removed when I bought her and since then I've been trying to complete the exhaust. It is straight pipes and I have all the parts needed to make the left pipe match the right length wise. My welding question here is what type of welding rig is needed to weld exhaust tubing? It's just the standard tube from an auto parts store not chrome or anything. I want to check first incase I can get a welder via craigslist cheaper than the muffler shop will charge for a few welds. Thanks in advance!

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Me to, it is standard steel. Dont need any special welder.

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I get my 304 stainless tube Tig welded by an expert. Cost about 30/hour.

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Thanks for the help all

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