I have decided I'm going to try to learn how to weld. Its just came up to many times that I have had to pay people to do things for me because I can't weld or dont own a Welder. Here's my situation. I'm a heart Patient and have a cardiac defibrillator. I was told by my old doctor that I couldnt do any welding because somehow the electrical current would cause interference. I'm happy to find out today that with my newer unit i have now that I can infact weld now. (I even called the Medtronic the maker of the device) When I called medtronic they told me yes I can weld with limitations. I can only weld at 130amps or under. My question is I know pretty much nothing about welding. Is that going to put a huge limit on what I can weld? I mostly interested in chassis and suspension work. thanks guys for any help.. Also if you can recomend a decent welder for a begginer at a reasonable price Any good books or any other tips?