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  1. #1
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    Default Bobcat 225G+ where's the Serial Number

    Where does one find the serial number on one of these things ?

    the engine one was easy to find but ...

    -pete

  2. #2
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    Pete,
    find your serial # yet?
    I'm not late...
    I'm just on Hawaiian Time

  3. #3
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    Every engine drive I've ever had, the serial was easy to find, right on the faceplate, this is going back to the early 1970's . . . .

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    Default Feel better -- could not find until ...

    ... i used the magic juice

    http://petelancashire.com/gallery/ma...g2_itemId=2629

    and a kitchen scratchy pad one finds

    http://petelancashire.com/gallery/ma...g2_itemId=2623

    it is hard to describe the powder this thing was covered in and
    this is the 1st Miller i've owned.

    But for $336 and my guess a couple 100 more I'll need to
    start my lessons

    Most of the story is in the description of the main picture gallery
    http://petelancashire.com/gallery/ma...g2_itemId=2276

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    Congradulations on your new welder !!!
    FANTASTIC JOB CLEANING IT UP!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I can't believe just with air, you got most of the wire/connectors that clean!!!
    I'm not late...
    I'm just on Hawaiian Time

  6. #6
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    Default easy clean

    neither can i, but then from what i was told this one never
    was outside. Where the S/N label is was about 1/8" thick
    mix of the powder and something that made it cake up to
    where i ended up having to use a kitchen scratchy pad
    for quite a few passes.

    -pete time to order up the service parts

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