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    Default miller 35??????

    does anyone here know about how old a miller 35 is ? i kinda inherited from my dad and was wondering how old it is and if i can still get parts for it when i get started using it ANY ADVICE OR INFO WILL BE MUCH APPRECIATED

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    if you give us a ser# we can give you the year of manufacture. as for parts, some will cross with the newer MM series and some are more common and available all over. what kind of parts are you looking for?? consumables should be no trouble and replacing the gun and cable is also doable.

    congrats on getting a new toy for your shop.
    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

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