|02-16-2004 03:19 PM|
|mattoxcw||thanks for all of the input, I ended up buying a 120v lincoln 135.|
|02-16-2004 05:02 AM|
Unless you are dead set on a 110v model, for whatever reason, I would go with one of the smaller 220v units like the Miller 175. They offer much more flexibility in the material they will weld, and duty cycle.
|02-15-2004 06:49 PM|
I would suggest the lincoln......
|02-12-2004 10:45 AM|
|johnsongrass1||I just bought a lincoln 175 amp 220 input for $400 on ebay and it was new in the box, still sealed from the factory with warranty.|
|02-11-2004 12:52 PM|
|cheezbay||Actually I go to Oklahoma Christian University. This is my last semester. I found mine in the Tulsa World. You should try ebay too. I saw a refurb lincoln on there for just over $300.|
|02-10-2004 09:46 PM|
|mattoxcw||Uh Oh, Edmond as in UCO? I go to NSU in tahlequah. j/k I pledge no allegiance to this school. What paper did you find that In? like the bargain post? thanks|
|02-10-2004 06:51 PM|
Another Okie on the board...that's good. What part of OK are you in. I go to school in Edmond, but I am in Tulsa on weekends.
As to a welder, you can get a good 110V mig for $500. I have a Hobart 135 (I think). It works great. I foudn it in the newspaper for $175 with a bottle. It works great. I haven't used a Lincoln, so I don't know about them.
|02-10-2004 06:32 PM|
I am going to be buying a new mig welder soon. I want a 110v unit. I thought about buying the 500 dollar one from Summit, the Lincoln. Anybody got any ideas. I'd like to not spend more than 500. Thanks