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I have heard the name lincoln the guy who does my welding has a millers and a lincoln, good names. look at their website, the one I bought from the yard sale was to old and it was not list on the web site it is a forney. This thing looks scarry, it is a forney, it has a battery charger and several out puts for different degress of tempts.
 

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test it and see how it works out, Im pretty sure theres a rack build in your future :biggrin:
 

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Originally posted by caprice75classic@Nov 27 2008, 10:24 PM~12278408
your best bet is to take in and have it checked out. that fucker dont look safe at all!

and whys that?? cause its not all shiny n clean??

so what its got some scratches ,...dents,.....dust.... I think my best bet would be to try it out!.

I would just like to know the specs on it, like what amps it is ???
and if anyones seen or used one of these?
 

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If you can burn a 3/32" 7018 or 1/8" 6010 nicely, no snubbing out it puts out around 100amps.


If you can burn a 1/8" 7018 or 5/32" 6010 nicley, it puts out 120-130 amps range.


I highly doubt it would put out any more than 130 amps given it only has one heat setting. It's gotta be user friendly, so that's what I based my opinon on.
 

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That thing dont look that old. More like beat to shit,I have seen much older. Before you plug it in take the cover off blow all the dust out & give it a good look over, maybe you will find a model number so you can get the missing parts.
 

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Originally posted by doctahouse@Nov 28 2008, 12:15 AM~12279121
If you can burn a 3/32" 7018 or 1/8" 6010 nicely, no snubbing out it puts out around 100amps.
If you can burn a 1/8" 7018 or 5/32" 6010 nicley, it puts out 120-130 amps range.
I highly doubt it would put out any more than 130 amps given it only has one heat setting. It's gotta be user friendly, so that's what I based my opinon on.



:thumbsup: Ill give it a try
 

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Originally posted by locoriderz@Nov 28 2008, 02:11 AM~12279732
That thing dont look that old. More like beat to shit,I have seen much older. Before you plug it in take the cover off  blow all the dust out & give it a good look over, maybe you will find a model number so you can get the missing parts.
thanks, I will do that today.
 
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