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  • Millermatic Argon inlet CGA #

    I would like to know what the CGA # is on the back of my MM252. I have a dual cylinder rack, and would like to connect a "Y" fitting to feed both tanks into machine as needed (obviously, not at same time)

    Does anyone know what the CGA # is?

    Thanks

  • #2
    Don't know of a number but its either 9/16-18 or 5/8-18 thread can't remember which....Bob

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    • #3
      http://www.arc-zone.com/index.php?ma...oducts_id=1535

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      • #4
        I plan to add another identical solenoid gas inlet valve to my 211, and a clamp w/o wire feed drive to the front for the spool gun, and another port for the control connector, then rewire the new connector to trigger the new valve so I can leave the spool gun & both bottles connected all the time. I'll notch the spool gun case so the gun can stay inside while connected. I just don't know where to get the clamp w/o motor, or if I'll have to make that.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Steve83 View Post
          I plan to add another identical solenoid gas inlet valve to my 211, and a clamp w/o wire feed drive to the front for the spool gun, and another port for the control connector, then rewire the new connector to trigger the new valve so I can leave the spool gun & both bottles connected all the time. I'll notch the spool gun case so the gun can stay inside while connected. I just don't know where to get the clamp w/o motor, or if I'll have to make that.

          Wow, what an incredible amount of work. It would be a lot cheaper to add quick disconnects to you regs. Even better to have bought a machine with gun on demand.

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          • #6
            Disconnecting is exactly what I don't want to have to do. And the 211 is the machine I wanted - it just needs a few little tweaks, but I have the time to do them. I don't expect to spend much. A valve is only ~$35.

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