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You can buy a new one for 50-100 bucks more with warranty. Google it.
Miller Bobcat 225NT onan
(Retapped to fit regular mig tips)
Work better & less parts to stock.
T/A Dragster 85 (portability 11 pounds)
Oxygen/Acetylene torch set 50'
2. 4-1/2" grinders
1. 9" grinder
14" Makita chop saw
1/2" Aircat impact gun 900#
Agree it is to old and ill bet its heavier than ****. I would probably stay away as previously stated you could get a Jancey or Hougan used on eBay and get a better drill. Also for a little more a new one with warranty. It looks to me like a BUX stand with a porter cable core drill attached it has a regular chuck instead of an annular cutter chuck. I would think you would want to use Hougan bits instead.
Paid around $200-$250 for a BUX with a break-your-****ed-arm-&-both-legs if it binds ancient Milwaukee drill with an 18N Jacobs Superchuck. Best money I spent except for maybe a TE72 Hilti hammer drill for $75. The downside is that the pair are heavy...very heavy. For the price this one is offered at, I'd look elsewhere...especially if you are thinking of using annular cutter bits.
Miller 251...sold the spoolgun to DiverBill.
Miller DialArc 250
Lincoln PrecisionTig 275
Hypertherm 900 plasma cutter
Bridgeport "J" head mill...tooled up
Jet 14 X 40 lathe...ditto
South Bend 9" lathe...yeah, got the change gears too
Logan 7" shaper
Ellis 3000 band saw
Hossfeld bender w/shopbuilt hyd.
Victor Journeyman torch and gauges
3 Gerstner boxes of mostly Starrett tools
Lots of dust bunnies
Too small of a shop at 40 X 59.
Elvis I recommend finding a used Jancey slugger while you still can. Jancey was purchased by Fein but I have always had great luck with the old Jancey products my first one is still drilling like the day I got it and the weight isn't the lightest but its manageable. Just my 2cents
Kennedy Maintenance Pro Full
Makita Cordless 18v Li-Ion
Stihl TS 420