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Old 03-03-2004, 07:02 AM
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This is the MIG I have http://www.htpweld.com/product_page/...s/mig_140.html I'm extremely pleased with it. The best piece of equipment I ever bought!

I did a lot of research on all MIGs before I bought this one. I thought it was the best bang for the buck. Compare duty cycles to otheres! Mine has been absulety flawless and very well made!

As an electrician by trade, I fully understand that the 135 pounds is largely due to a better transformer! HTP uses copper windings and a lot of iron. A lot of others are using aluminum wire in their windings and less irion in their transformer cores.

This is the MIG I have http://www.htpweld.com/product_page/...s/mig_140.html I'm extremely pleased with it. The best piece of equipment I ever bought!

I did a lot of research on all MIGs before I bought this one. I thought it was the best bang for the buck. Compare duty cycles to otheres! Mine has been absulety flawless and very well made!

As an electrician by trade, I fully understand that the 135 pounds is largely due to a better transformer! HTP uses copper windings and a lot of iron. A lot of others are using aluminum wire in their windings and less irion in their transformer cores.

This is the MIG I have http://www.htpweld.com/product_page/...s/mig_140.html I'm extremely pleased with it. The best piece of equipment I ever bought!

I did a lot of research on all MIGs before I bought this one. I thought it was the best bang for the buck. Compare duty cycles to otheres! Mine has been absulety flawless and very well made!

As an electrician by trade, I fully understand that the 135 pounds is largely due to a better transformer! HTP uses copper windings and a lot of iron. A lot of others are using aluminum wire in their windings and less irion in their transformer cores.

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