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    Originally posted by FusionKing View Post
    You trade it for a north-south Miller and you will regret that in a heartbeat.
    Everything sounds better untill you actually get one.
    Other brands may be better.

    I'd probably like it more if I used it more. I'm thinking that if I max out my amperage at the machine I wouldn't have to crank on the wheel so much?
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      Originally posted by nocheepgas View Post
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      I'd probably like it more if I used it more. I'm thinking that if I max out my amperage at the machine I wouldn't have to crank on the wheel so much?
      That is 100% correct
      There are times tho that you will want to limit your amps tho once you get used to it...200 amps can be excessive power at times.

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