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  • Industrial grade mobile welding shop/trailer

    I have a welding trailer built on a 3/4 ton GMC chassis. It is a rolling weld shop.

    It has a 225 amp generator/welder with a new battery and carburetor that operates on both CC and CV mode. It comes with a high frequency unit, air cooled tig torch with finger control, a wire feeder, oxy-acetelyne welding and cutting torches with a variety of tips and large full owner owned oxygen and acetylene tanks.

    In addition the trailer has a fold down tailgate that doubles as a work bench with a 6" vise mounted on a heavy plate for situations that requires a pounding surface.

    Included are two full large owner owned argon and argon/co2 mix for tig and mig welding and flow meter.

    Included also is a drill press and removable bench grinder that can be placed in two different locations on the trailer by inserting into a pair of receivers.

    The trailer has a 175psi gas drive electric start air compressor with an air splitter/manifold for multiple tools as well as a 25ft air hose on a reel. A tool box on the trailer tongue contains a new battery, hydraulic jack and lug wrench for replacing tires. The trailer has new tires and a spare mounted under the bed with a tire winch that can raise and lower the spare. The trailer has a hinged fold down work table with level adjustable feet to accommodate uneven surfaces.

    There are four shelves built in to the trailer to hold a variety of tools and the wire feeder. I included a series of clamps, hammers, come along, bars and layout tools in addition to a pair of 5 gallon Jerry cans for spare gas.

    Finally a set of welding gloves, welding hood and leather jacket is included. It is covered with a heavy vinyl tarp to protect it from the environment. The tarp is a repurposed billboard sign able to withstand punishing weather elements but is not highway capable as it will shred if goung fast. it was intendef for local work via streets. FYI.

    This is a total turn key system ready for you to hit the ground running. call Tony at 602-920-3784

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  • #2
    Wish I could say something to give this a shove but,,, I have one of the welders, a 210 and not CV though but,,,, it is a super tuff little pony. I have "better" but it is about my favorite one to use, very crisp and a LOT of power. The genset is rated 6K but it will start 5 hp without a burp. Only downside with that is the gen is 120 or 240 and doesnt have 120/240


    • #3
      Sounds like a fully equipped mobile welding unit that's ready to tackle a wide range of jobs on the go! Having everything mounted on a GMC chassis gives the flexibility to move the workshop wherever it's needed, which can be useful for on-site repairs or construction projects.