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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    Carlsbad, CA


    The trailer looks nice Mike. For optimal towing, you will want more tongue weight. You could move the machine forward, axle back, or mount your O/A bottles up front. Once you have the jack with wheel mounted, you won't care about an 80-100 pound tongue weight!
    Keep up the good work,
    Dynasty 200DX
    Passport Plus

  2. #12
    Join Date
    Oct 2006


    Quote Originally Posted by thatsgre8t View Post
    Thanks for the compliment. I just orderd a 30'x40' prefab metal building for my shop. will be starting on the slab work this week. will also be adding a plasma cutter and a mig welder soon after the shop goes up. looking at the spectrum625 for the plasma - have not decided on the mig yet...maybe the millermatic 212

    The 212 would be an excellent choice.

    I believe that to be the latest version of what I have the 210.

    I believe you could run the 212 off that Bobcat, because it has a stepped power selector. It's not recommended to run those 'infinitely variable' adjustment units off of a generator.

    When I bought my 210 that was a consideration, as we have a generator but no welder.

    Now if only that generator would die, a Bobcat would be it's replacement.

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