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  1. #111
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    Default Did That

    I did that right off, added a 48 volt transformer and a drive from a satellite antenna. It works well but not the instant control you get from a foot pedal.. May be you could tell me if its possible to buy a full operating schematic for an old machine like this and where I could get one. Thank you very much for your time. Mac

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    I have all that, but honestly its not going to do you any good with this particular machine.

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    Default Ok. I like your chop .. thanks Mac

    I guess I'll just limp along. Thanks anyway Mac

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    Question What (2) machines would You choose??

    If You were to purchase an engine driven set-up to primarily weld 1/4"-3/8" Aluminum (using GTAW) that could be safely transported in the bed of a 1/2 Ton p/u....what set-up would you choose??

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    Baldwin filter number for TB 302 with robin engine? Cruizer or anybody that knows thank you.

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    I use Luberfiner, its number is PH2835.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electric4Life View Post
    If You were to purchase an engine driven set-up to primarily weld 1/4"-3/8" Aluminum (using GTAW) that could be safely transported in the bed of a 1/2 Ton p/u....what set-up would you choose??

    Lincoln GXT, or Miller TB 302 for AC tig

    Pretty much everbody uses a Spoolgun with Aluminum on engine drives, So A Miller 325, or Lincoln 305G would be best.

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