oxygas welding of stainless
I just bought a small (very small) gas welding outfit mainly to do repairs to a vintage travel trailer that I bought as a retirement project. My education is going well to the extent that in about a week I will be able to turn practice into useful work. For starters, I will be making a replacement for the rear 30" of the frame that is severely rusted. This will involve an assembly made of 1/8" mild steel angle and plate stock and should be no problem. It is my next project that I'm worried about. This will be the fabrication of fresh water and gray water tanks from 22 gauge stainless steel. Please tell me that I can get this done with what I've got and not have to get involved with electric welding and the whole new new learning curve and equipment expense that it will require. Any advice and/or sources of information on the subject of oxygas welding of stainless steel would be greatly appreciated.