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Old 04-17-2011, 01:27 PM
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What welder is recomended for projects like boxing a frame or welding on engine/transmission mounts?

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i use a Miller 211 for everything, it is awsome
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140 amp minimum output 4 sure.

whats your price range?
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Stick? Mig? Tig? It all depends on what you can weld with and what position

it is in.I agree with with mudbros and matts37chev. Mig wise 140 amp

minimal and with stick depending on your budget get a

Lincoln buzzbox $299 +/-
http://www.lincolnelectric.com/Catal...et.aspx?p=2493

or a

miller thunderbolt $600 +/-
http://www.millerwelds.com/products/...p?model=M16100

even

Miller 140 with auto set $800 +/-
http://www.amazon.com/Miller-907335-...3073340&sr=8-1
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Minimum 140 amp and no 120vac. Check the duty cycle also.

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