Jim, yes they sell a propane tip. I’ll order one just to have it if I weld up a clone engine head. I agree mostly with you about the henrob. But the low pressure welding spoiled me for thin metal. I don’t like welding with the standard high pressure torch. High pressure might be better for thicker stuff but then I just turn on my buzz box. I was going to sell the henrob but i’ll keep it just in case. Like you I hate switching over to it. It’s packed away in a box upstairs now. I did learn from it to have different size tips for my Victors cutter.
My Victors is rather tired and I was thinking about getting not a combo but a dedicated cutting torch so the middle doesn’t loosen up. Smith brand is looking good.
Tom, I would not advise anybody to buy the cobra henrob because the standard cutting torch is more advanced. The henrob is better at welding thin stuff because of the low pressure doesn’t blow through. A smart man would be able to figure out how to do that with a standard torch. I’m a welding smuck so used the henrob for thin stuff. But now I don’t weld much of any thin stuff. Exhaust gage pipe and up I use the buzz box. Thin stuff I figure out something else. You got me interested in brazing. I’ll have to try that with propane.