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    Blade for the 4x6 habor freight bandsaw
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    Hey does anyone have any idea if I could use a 1/4" wide blade rather than the 1/2" blade on the Harbor Freight 4x6 Band saw? The reason I ask is because I screwed up when ordering a Lenox blade that was custom made to replace the crappy one that came with the machine. I blew $42 bucks on...
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    Old engine driven welder
    by Bertus76
    Hello,

    I just got a welder with a Flathead Chrysler engine, trying to find out how old it is . Serial number is Dw67878 spec no 839.

    Anyone any info on this unit?

    Thanks
    10-19-2019, 05:19 PM
  • Cope07
    Millermatic 180 wire feed board repair
    by Cope07
    I have a millermatic 180 that I purchased five years ago that stopped feeding wire. I removed the board and inspected it and found the R16 resister to be blown. I replaced the resistor but am still not able to get the welder to feed wire. if I put 12v on the motor then the motor runs. When I check...
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  • Jhaberstroh
    Manual and wiring diagram GF250
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    I have a GF250 with the Ford 200ci I was looking for the manual and any wiring diagrams or other info for this machine. The serial number is 10-4W-4786
    12-28-2018, 08:52 AM
  • Cope07
    Millermatic 180 wire feed board repair
    by Cope07
    I have a millermatic 180 that I purchased five years ago that stopped feeding wire. I removed the board and inspected it and found the R16 resister to be blown. I replaced the resistor but am still not able to get the welder to feed wire. if I put 12v on the motor then the motor runs. When I check...
    10-18-2019, 08:11 AM
  • TraceFB
    Wire Speed and Voltage Settings Advise
    by TraceFB
    I'm burning through my material bad so I'd like some advice on settings. I have a Handler 190, welding on 14 gauge (.083" thick) 2" square tubing. Using a 75/25 Argon shielding gas. I switched over to .023" wire last night because all the video's I watched said the reason I'm burning...
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    Champion 145
    by Ricmez
    I'm trying to run my 250ci plasma with my champion 145 and the GFCI keeps popping.
    if it's rated for 20amp I wonder what's going on .I plug my plasma to my home plug witcj is 15 amp and it runs perfect does any body has had a problem with the champion 145 110v side of the generator??...
    10-12-2019, 04:53 PM
  • Bertus76
    Old engine driven welder
    by Bertus76
    Hello,

    I just got a welder with a Flathead Chrysler engine, trying to find out how old it is . Serial number is Dw67878 spec no 839.

    Anyone any info on this unit?

    Thanks
    10-19-2019, 05:19 PM
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