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  • Where to but regulator gauges?

    Long story short: I loaned out my HH140 and both the gauges on my regulator got broken. Is there a place online I could buy them and does anyone know the part #'s? My manual only shows the part # of the entire regulator assembly. Thanks in advance.

  • #2
    I'am not sure about a online source but Tractor Supply might have just the gauges. I know they have the complete Hobart Regulator. You might try calling Hobart at the support number to see if they have them.
    Also your local welding supplier might also carry new gauges only. If all else fails then you might have to bite the bullet and just pickup the whole new regulator. Tractor supply seems to have the best price on them. Mean time if I run across some I will post back here for you.
    Good luck, Steve
    Last edited by Steve W; 02-02-2009, 11:09 PM.
    Steve W

    Millermatic 211i
    Hypertherm Powermax 380
    Miller Thunderbolt AC/DC arc welder
    Lincoln AC 225 arc welder
    Victor O/A torch setup
    Gentec O/A torch setup


    • #3
      If the gauges don't have a separate part #, they probably can't be purchased separate. I think it would be swell if the person that borrowed it from you, went to Tractor Supply and bought you a new regulator . If not, your local welding supply might have gauges in stock that will work, but a new complete regulator might be cheaper. ---Mike---

      Hobart Champion 16
      Miller external secondary contactor
      stick foot pedal
      remote voltage control(homemade)
      Hobart Portafeed 17(w AG-2000 control box)
      Bernard Q350 mig gun
      Hobart AG-2000 pull gun
      Lincoln Hi-Freq k799(yes, I know it's red)
      Weldcraft CS300 tig torch
      Miller RFC-23A foot pedal
      Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 50
      Victor 450/300 series torches
      oodles of connecting cords

      I can fix it, just pay me to replace it first


      • #4
        your LWS should carry the gauges.
        PowerMig 215
        Precision Tig 225
        Old Buzz Box

        Hypertherm 600
        HH 125 EZ
        MM 350P
        TB 302 w/ 12RC

        Originally posted by scab
        If you are the type of person who gets upset at things breaking brace yourself for possible dissappointment.