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Old 6th June 2005, 07:01   #1
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Default New soldering Tool

I thought i would mention this to you guys who have had trouble soldering in tight area's in the past.
I discovered a new tool(well fairly new,its been out for a while) it is a Mini butane solderer.I Picked mine up at a radio shack but they are available online also.They run about twenty bucks aproximately and are the best thing since buttered bread when it comes to soldering IMHO.

I was able to solder Feeds to n scale track without removing a tie and no melt.
Imagine the uses you will find for this neat lil gadget.Its excellent at fine soldering work.
If you havent yet tried one and you are a tool fanatic like I am, this one is actually worth the money
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