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Auto Affair
Auto Affair
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Last Activity: 07-17-2018, 10:17 PM
Joined: 06-07-2012
Location: Almost Paradise
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  • Auto Affair
    replied to New to me:
    Pretty nice machine and it operates/welds very nicely. The "Amphenol" connector on the front of the machine is 5 pin which is for the feeder control. The 120VAC to supply the feeder is through a receptacle located next to the welding cable attachment studs and under the switch for "Remote/Local"...
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  • Auto Affair
    replied to G-213
    Having finally purchased a much larger Hobart diesel powered welder, I semi reluctantly sold off my G-213 this morning. Since my last posting on the machine the AC outlet power has been intermittent meaning sometimes working but most times not. I got to carrying a 12kw diesel generator in the truck...
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  • Thank you kindly. I've heard they make good products but have never seen anything myself. How linear in operation is the pneumatic operation? Wondering if it is consistent or jerky in operation? Thanks
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  • Auto Affair
    replied to New to me:
    I can see that for certain as it's exactly what has happened with my stick machines. Running the same rods in the same sizes you kinda get used to the settings needed. I'm looking at the remote voltage adjustment as viable for when you have to transition from vertical to horizontal when distant from...
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  • Auto Affair
    replied to New to me:
    I'll grab a photo next time I'm at the machine. It has an "Amphenol" type connector but I think it was seven pin. If I can locate an electrical print for the machine it would be fairly easy to make most anything work with a voltage sensing feeder but I'd like to be able to remote control the...
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  • Auto Affair
    replied to New to me:
    Are these a generic plug in type feeder or was rewiring/configuring required? Haven't heard of them in the past....
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  • Auto Affair
    replied to New to me:
    Got some information for this machine from a former coworker whom was a motor pool mechanic in the Army. This machine was a skid mount, straight welding machine without air compressor. It didn't have anything extra added to it. Was package supplied with 50ft. leads, (2/0) basic tool kit, and canvas...
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  • Auto Affair
    replied to Rocky D and cancer
    We will keep you in our prayers....
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  • Auto Affair
    replied to New to me:
    The riveted tag on the machine is blank in the Spec. and Model number locations. It is serial # 91WS04328 manufactured in June, 1991. It looks just like the DCC-353 I had in the military.

    I'm wondering if there is a remote feeder that will work with this machine? I have my Hefty, but it...
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  • Auto Affair
    started a topic New to me:

    New to me:

    Purchased a DCC-353 welding machine today. 4 cylinder Perkins diesel with both CC/CV capability which I'm needing.

    Going to be parting with both my G-213, and G-258, but retaining a couple of my other engine drive machines. This one should do what I need with a feeder in mobile repairs...
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