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    Iseki TA 247. Husqvarna 54", Cub Zero Turn.Polaris 850 ATV's Stihl 018 026 Pro, 029, 034 Super AV, 039, 044 Mag. Stihl Pole Saw.

    Default Re: Vertical Hardsurface suggestions

    You can buy 2 sets of cable connectors and hook them up outside the box for polarity changes.

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    True. But if i do that then i no longer have a good excuse to buy the miller that i want badly! Haha

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    Default Re: Vertical Hardsurface suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by pjbci View Post
    True. But if i do that then i no longer have a good excuse to buy the miller that i want badly! Haha
    Which Miller do you have your sights on? I thought about this one, but went with Lincoln's version.
    Miller - Multiprocess Welders - XMTョ 350 Series


    Miller Dynasty 300.
    Lincoln V350-Pro w/pulse
    LF-72
    Lincoln SG Spool gun

    Lincoln LN-25.
    1937 IdealArc-300
    Everlast PowerArc 200.
    5 Lincoln SA-200s.
    1800 Ellis saw
    Hypertherm Powermax 1250, CNC table.
    PROFAX Welding Positioner.
    JD2 model 3

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    Platinum Member pjbci's Avatar
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    Oh my. Nothing that fancy. I just want the simple ac/dc thunderbolt that calls my name everytime i go to the welding shop.

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    Default Re: Vertical Hardsurface suggestions

    No, no, no get the Miller XMT-350, or the Lincoln V350-Pro like I have. You'd be amazed at what these machines can do! Here is a list of things my 350-Pro can do.
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    Miller Dynasty 300.
    Lincoln V350-Pro w/pulse
    LF-72
    Lincoln SG Spool gun

    Lincoln LN-25.
    1937 IdealArc-300
    Everlast PowerArc 200.
    5 Lincoln SA-200s.
    1800 Ellis saw
    Hypertherm Powermax 1250, CNC table.
    PROFAX Welding Positioner.
    JD2 model 3

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    Platinum Member pjbci's Avatar
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    I'll take a hands on look at one tomorrow but i can buy a lotta fish bait with that kinda $! I would havta reach way back into the stack that the wife dont know about for it.

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    Default Re: Vertical Hardsurface suggestions

    Why not get an inverter machine? Less money than the Thunderbolt, smaller, uses less power and has more duty cycle.

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    I dont even know what that is and i just want to get rid of my red devil welder. Would an inverter use my lincoln? And what do they cost?

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    Default Re: Vertical Hardsurface suggestions

    I've never run a Thunderbolt, only seen them. But I have a buzz box that I think is similar to a Thunderbolt, my Everlast PowerArc 200 will runs circles around it!
    PowerARC 200 - Spot Welders, Plasma Cutters, Arc Welders, Spool Guns, Torches, 225 Welder
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    Miller Dynasty 300.
    Lincoln V350-Pro w/pulse
    LF-72
    Lincoln SG Spool gun

    Lincoln LN-25.
    1937 IdealArc-300
    Everlast PowerArc 200.
    5 Lincoln SA-200s.
    1800 Ellis saw
    Hypertherm Powermax 1250, CNC table.
    PROFAX Welding Positioner.
    JD2 model 3

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    I checked out the everlast 200. Really liked the price. Seems to be dc only. Is there really any need to ever use ac current? I pretty much only burn 7014, 7018, and every now and then a 6011. Also seems to be in short supply, should i buy one asap? Have yall gotten good service out of everlast products?

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