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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Precision View Post
    Not to hijack this thread goin off topic but had anyone used Lincoln's 4047 wire? Suppose to increase silicon , minimize hot crack and higher shear strength than 4043.
    Great question...for a new thread...
    MillerMatic 211 Auto-set w/MVP
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  2. #22
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    Default millermatic 211 or 212 or 252

    2 used 252's may come up for sale next week.

    Will wait and see what kind of $$ they want for them and what shape they are in

  3. #23
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    Default millermatic 211 or 212 or 252

    My deciding factor was the warranty. I didn't want the headache of possibly dealing with a machine with bad voodoo so I just got the new one. Plus the rebate just got extended, that puts the 211 under $1000. Can't beat that, even with a switch granny makes you grab off the willow tree.

  4. #24
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    Default millermatic 211 or 212 or 252

    What is a good price for a used 252 with Stock Mig gun and a 90 day warranty?

  5. #25

    Default millermatic 211 or 212 or 252

    Don't forget the 252 is set up for push/pull when you add a aluminum gun. We had one stolen and just got two new ones. We usually run .045 solid or E71T at high amperage. They are great units but have to wait for the gun to come in for AL. For what the cost offset is I can understand where you are at but they will weld anything you would ever personally build.

  6. #26
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    Default millermatic 211 or 212 or 252

    Looking more and more like the 211...

    Price on 252 just went up by $50 on most sites and also noticed that it is not part of the extended build with Blue Promo!

    Anybody ever hear of or deal with these guys??

    Cheapest price on a 252 now http://www.condoweldingdepot.com/mil...ic-252-907321/

    Thanks
    Last edited by ericher69; 06-14-2013 at 07:17 PM.

  7. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericher69 View Post
    Looking more and more like the 211...

    Price on 252 just went up by $50 on most sites and also noticed that it is not part of the extended build with Blue Promo!

    Anybody ever hear of or deal with these guys??

    Cheapest price on a 252 now http://www.condoweldingdepot.com/mil...ic-252-907321/

    Thanks
    Here's my local supplier in Wisconsin. FREE SHIPPING $ 2195.00 on 252
    211 is $1079.00
    http://www.weldersupply.com/productd...&ID=36&pID=275

    http://www.weldersupply.com/productd...&ID=36&pID=113

  8. #28
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    Default millermatic 211 or 212 or 252

    Yeah thanks was looking at them till I found the Condor supply price of $2180 free shipping

    For $15 bucks though if you vouch for weldersupply I guess I will go with them

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  10. #30
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    Default millermatic 211 or 212 or 252

    There was question in an earlier post of the 211 SM100 not doing well with 5356 wire

    Found this video ; 1130 on with above wire seems to work better instead of 4043

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