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  • Another Q! What about "Champ 1435"?

    Another dumb question from Running Arrow! lol. Saw specs on Hobart Champ 1435 since I posted my last query about generator thing. Since didn't see any prices....what sort of price would the Champ 1435 fall into? Like the 100% duty cycle for this item for the elec. start model...even though the 9 HP recoil start probably wouldn't be too bad for a small guy. Thanks everyone! Bill

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    Bill

    The Champ 1435 falls in the $1500 to $1700 range . The Miller Blue Star 3500 looks like it might be the same machine.
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      They are the "same" machine, and are both available with either a 9hp Honda, or a newly introduced 12hp Kohler option for the Bluestar 3500. The list price hovers around $1900, with about $200 extra for the electric start model.

      http://www.hobartwelders.com/products/Champion1435.html

      http://www.millerwelds.com/main/prod...en/M02500/buy/

      The pricing Bill mentioned would be correct at most Miller/Hobart dealers.

      Stevie
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        HI GUYS...........VERY PERCEPTIVE OF YOU THE 1435/3500 ARE BOTH THE SAME MACHINE ONLY DIFFERENCE IS THE COLOR OF THE TOP................. THE CHAMP 2060 /6000 BLUE STAR ARE THE SAME THING ALSO........JUST DIFFERENT COLORED COVER...... THEY MAKE BOTH RIGHT UP TOWN............ROCK........... [email protected]

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