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Lincwelder AC-180-T

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  • Lincwelder AC-180-T

    Just bought a Lincwelder AC-180-T from a co-worker for 20.00 anyone know where to fine parts for it?....said it worked the last time he used it but don't know when that was...I figured it was work 20.00 even if I have to scrap it...the stinger could be replaced plus the plug could be updated....not sure if I can find the lugs for the stinger

  • #2

    Photos of lugs stinger and plug
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    • #3
      That thing probably dates to 1950 +/-. You'll have to clean up the lead plugs or make new ones. My 1952 AC180C has a stove plug on the input like yours.


      • #4
        Have you looked on Lincoln welder site for the op manual and parts manual they are free.


        • #5
          Does yours run good still?


          • #6
            Lincwelder AC-180-T

            Not yet was on there website for alittle bit...didn't really investigate to much...kpack


            • #7
              The plug is obviously a 30 amp 230, the stinger, you can get anywhere, and the weld pins cross over to a Miller. If you took it to a LWS they could point you in the right direction


              • #8
                Lincwelder AC-180-T

                Thanks Cruzier


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