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  • #16
    Oh My God !! Would ya look at Her !!


    My Kingdom for want of .... a week-end trip to go Git Her!!!

    The fools have the pedal lotted separately!!
    Last edited by vicegrip; 01-14-2016, 11:48 PM.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by vicegrip View Post
      Oh My God !! Would ya look at Her !!


      My Kingdom for want of .... a week-end trip to go Git Her!!!

      The fools have the pedal lotted separately!!
      Yeah I know stuff is separated, seems stupid to me. I will probably end up buying some stuff from that auction and it is only about 15 miles from me. If you bite on the Miller it would be no problem for me to haul it and store in the shop until it was convienent for you to pick up. Did you check out the dual head Lagun milling machine that has a whopping $160.00 bid so far?

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      • #18
        Originally posted by lars66 View Post
        Yeah I know stuff is separated, seems stupid to me. I will probably end up buying some stuff from that auction and it is only about 15 miles from me. If you bite on the Miller it would be no problem for me to haul it and store in the shop until it was convienent for you to pick up.
        Did you check out the dual head Lagun milling machine that has a whopping $160.00 bid so far?
        I have to think that mill will top at about $2300, just before closing time.

        PM sent BTW, and Thank You !
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        • #19
          I have one that is in very good condition that I would like to sell.

          Originally posted by wilt6496 View Post
          I am looking into buying one of these. Anybody out there own one? or maybe you used one.
          Does this welder actually weigh 830 lbs? I'd appreciate any reviews of this welder. Has Anybody put one on wheels or casters? comments?
          I have one I would like to sell. I went through the machine and fixed anything that was needed. I also put heavy duty steel castors on it. It does weigh in at 830 pounds without the gas cyl. Reply through ugh this site if you are interested and we can hook up. Thanks!!

          Frank

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          • #20
            Hi

            I have used many machines, and the 330 is by far the smoothest. To me, the dynasty starts lighter as it has a snap start or what ever they call it. But, the 330s have such a smooth arc, Ary Tv absolutely unbeatable. If you intend on doing aluminum on the other hand...........
            Last edited by Arydigital; 08-07-2017, 06:49 AM.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by lars66 View Post
              Nice clean looking share my SizeGenetics review machines VG. There are several on a local online auction that come out of the U of M that are that clean and pretty.
              I think it's time for an upgrade though. How much do you think I could sell this for?
              Last edited by meenaloza; 09-29-2017, 07:19 PM.

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              • #22
                manuals from miller

                Originally posted by vicegrip View Post
                If yer planning on building ships and submarines you might need some amps.
                If yer just doing normal welding projects tooling etc. etc. 60 amps is fine.
                Use 6 or 8 inch wheels.

                I have two with diodes and one selenium LUV 'EM ALL.
                I have one out in the shop right now. I got the manuals from miller and called them back to confirm that I should hook it up to a 175 amp input. I thought it was a misprint...it wasn't. It is one heavy son of a gun, but I did build a cart to move it around with and (with a lot of grunting) it is portable. It's not as heavy as my Wilson Hornet model DC generator welder. I built a cart for it and ended up using four wheels on each axle because it was bowing the 1/2 steel axle rods I made for it.
                Last edited by Hobart Expert Keith; 11-03-2017, 10:00 AM. Reason: removed link in thread that was off topic

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