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What generator would be good for a mm200?

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  • #31
    Gotchya, that makes sense... when I run into this problem I'll make another posting on the forums ( if I can't educate myself enough to make the conversion)

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    • #32
      Originally posted by AwesomeAlbert View Post
      Gotchya, that makes sense... when I run into this problem I'll make another posting on the forums ( if I can't educate myself enough to make the conversion)


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      • #33
        What generator would be good for a mm200?

        Broccoli, what gauge wire is that?

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Precision View Post
          Broccoli, what gauge wire is that?
          10g but it is a heavy duty jacket on it.
          Last edited by Broccoli1; 08-14-2013, 07:26 PM.

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          • #35
            Thanks Broccoli, I set the pigtail up as per your diagram and it works like a beauty. I wound up goin with a 7k continuous watt "CHAMPION" from costco (they have an awesome no-questions warranty program there.) And thanks for all of the input guys, it has been very educational!
            Last edited by AwesomeAlbert; 08-15-2013, 11:46 PM.

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            • #36
              Generator for MM200

              Originally posted by AwesomeAlbert View Post
              So I have a MultiMatic 200 and I'm wondering what generator I get to run my welder at MAXIMUM performance? Got any suggestions? Thanks guys!
              I would suggest the Honda Black Max. I bought one at the local Sam's Club. It has 8700 starting watts/7000 continuous. I run a Miller 211 off it as well as a Dynasty 200 DX, and a Lincoln Invertec 155. It will also run my Hypertherm PM30. It retails for $999. in my area. Hope this helps

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