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  • Hotfoot
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    Originally posted by The_Beave View Post
    Heavy is good. Heavy windings last longer. (Usually.)

    Isn't it a requirement to have a welding cart as your first project for this forum or something?
    ...or a Gym Membership!!??

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  • The_Beave
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    Heavy is good. Heavy windings last longer. (Usually.)

    Isn't it a requirement to have a welding cart as your first project for this forum or something?

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  • dda52
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    I know...hurt my back on mine several times.

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  • mikeb9550
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    Originally posted by dda52 View Post
    I would much rather haul the HH210 around over my MM210 or Migmaster250.

    I hear you but man, I just didnt expect such a small thing to be so heavy.

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  • dda52
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    I would much rather haul the HH210 around over my MM210 or Migmaster250.

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  • Willy Victor
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    Portable is a relative term.


    Willy

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  • mikeb9550
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    HH210 portable welder not so portable

    Man this thing is heavy. I carried it from the garage to the inside so I can play around with it and about died. A welding cart will be my first project. Now I know why you guys put these "portable" welders on a cart. Once I hook up the hose and 10lbs of wire, its going to be even heavier...

    Just got done installing my 30 amp outlet. Should be running my first ever bead very soon. Going to have to start really looking hard for some scrap metal.
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