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  1. #11
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    Admweld, I stand corrected, I guess I was thinking back when I bought my first Ingersorand that was actually $ 1,800.00 back in 2000.

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhinox View Post
    cruzer? you are in alberta ? where about?
    Ahhh, Edmonton, Alberta

  3. #13
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    Default trailblazer 302 gas or 325??

    was asking cause im in fort mak a week in/week off... maybe you were somewhere here...

  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhinox View Post
    well,
    first of all, wanted to thanks everyone for their.02 cents and Railmen? not saying i wont stop by to give it a try...

    -302 air pack or not...ac/dc unit ..a plus
    for the air pack option, it is very convenient tho space wise (very) and miller charge a leg and an arm for it knowing that spacing is worth lot for some..not saying its fair but..they can!

    the 325? i dont know .... what is the 325 have that the 302 doesnt? i think it the other way around... isnt it?
    little lighter..?

    but...do i need ac?? i have a dynasty 200dx probably will sell it to get a 280..anyway...
    i usually dont run rod on Ac.. either!!

    why would you go with the 325 over the 302?or vice versa??
    is a 302 got bad reputation?
    hard to decide between both ...
    sure is nice to have a one-unit built in compressor...but does it worth the **** space loll

    The 325 really has a few new things, tad more amps, smaller foot print, lighter, Muti-speed engine, quieter engine, 12,000watts genny.

    Now things that the 302 has going for it. Proven reliability, AC for what? If you have a dynasty no need for AC for alum TIG welding with a HF251 box, arc blow and AC just move your rod or ground by the time you go back to your machine and change the selector to AC you should be done that weld, bigger fuel filler neck, very nice arc, I can't say enough about the 302, I loved mine.

    Railmen
    2007 Trailblazer 302G
    2004 Invision 354MP
    1999 60 series feeder
    2005 Maxstar 200DX
    2007 CST280
    1999 HF 251-1
    older Hobart hefty wire feeder
    Hyperthrem 600
    Maxstar 150S(such a cute welder)
    had and sold........
    2003 XMT 304CC/CV
    1947 Lincoln SA200G short hood
    1963 Lincoln SA200G
    1975 Lincoln SA200G(best machine ever had )
    1970's Lincoln SAE400G
    2 Maxstar's 200DX's
    1 Maxstar 200SD
    CST 280
    2 CST 250
    MM130


    Railmen

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhinox View Post
    was asking cause im in fort mak a week in/week off... maybe you were somewhere here...
    I don't travel there much anymore, once in a while to Ameco, but my remotes the guys are using for thier machines are very plentifull -Weld Alert-

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