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    Default Is the 10LB. roll the smallest you can run on a MM212 or DVI or...

    is there some kind of adapter one could get? Oh and will these machines run all the different wire sizes like the MM180?

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    Broc i cannot get that link to come up. so i can run the smaller spools on a DVI2/MM212? I cannot find anything on the spec sheets. ............Tim

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    i have used a MM210 with .025 wire so i don't see why the MM212 would not do it also. although truth be told it ran .030 on 20 gage fine. you just have to buy the roller kit for the wire size you want to use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gsd34me View Post
    Broc i cannot get that link to come up. so i can run the smaller spools on a DVI2/MM212? I cannot find anything on the spec sheets. ............Tim
    That link is the on-line manual

    Go up to Resources and then Manuals, DVI etc

    You don't need an adapter- you just take the larger Spool Holder off .

    but you will have to order another spring according to the manual

    "Order extra spring
    Part No. 186 437"

    Same thing for the MM212
    Last edited by Broccoli1; 02-09-2008 at 11:38 AM.

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    Thanks Broc! ..............Tim

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