Looks like your wire speed was up a bit too high, but it looks like you got adequate penetration, if your that worried just grind it out and put another pass on it. I would think that weld will hold though, I've seen nastier welds hold up to crazy abuse.
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I agree with others,it should be OK...and..like others said,learn to weld a little hotter for better penetration and strength...AND..get out of that Downwhill habit..run uphill,downhill causes several lack of fusion and penetration problems unseen
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Looks like wire was fine to me, just needed to go a little slower and hotter on the flat and not go downhill on the vert. IMO that's what makes it look like too much wire, the downhill spreads out and sits on the tube instead of punching in like the flat.
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