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09-02-2009 06:07 PM
Re: Millermatic 200

Hey Thanks Oldschoolrods!

Exactly what I was looking for. Will use your info when it comes time for the horse trading to begin. Was a bit surprised that they have been making this model for so long but I know condition is everything. I was thinking if decent it would be about $800.00 or so. Doesn't have a tank with it though.


09-02-2009 02:44 PM
oldschoolrods When you get the exact s/n PM me or post it here and i'll tell you how old it is, but heres a quickie reference

HD-HK prefix = 70's

JA-JK prefix = 80's

KA-KK prefix = 90's

LA-LK prefix = 2000s
09-02-2009 01:32 PM
Morgan22 Thanks for the reply but I don't have the serial number as I haven't seen it yet. From what I've been able to find though it was one of the models following the Miller 35 which is really on old model. Just want to know how old or new this model could possibly be? Parts availability?

What I have found is that people seem to really like them from what I have read.

09-01-2009 09:30 PM
OneMoreTime Miller should be able to tell you from the serial# on the machine when it was built..price really depends on condition and how much it was used..

09-01-2009 08:56 PM
Millermatic 200

Does anyone know what years Miller made the Millermatic 200?
Got a line on a used one and wondering what to look out for.
I don't know yet how old it is and was wondering when they made this model and how much it might be worth depending on age.

Also how many amp 220 circuit is needed?


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