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lincoln 3200 weld pac

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by wraenking, Jan 13, 2005.

  1. wraenking

    wraenking 1/2 ton status

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    comments? i dont have the money for the miller i want, so i picked this up today at home depot.

    what do you guys think of em? it was the most expensive one they had.
     
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    If that's a 100 amp wire feed, I'd take it back, it's not going to do what you want it to do in my opinion.

    I got my Hobart Handler 135 for $229 on the web. You just have to look for it.
     
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    Judging by what they have listed, it is pretty similar to my Lincoln Pro Mig 135.. I really like mine. Didn't read word for word, but by the pic looks like yours has a few more adjustments spots than mine on the knobs and wheels... The bottom wedling specs are identical though..

    Very nice little welder. I wouldn't take it back unless you were getting a 220v... :thumb:
     
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    cool. ill keep her, as long as the woman doesnt freak. lol j/k shes very understanding about my need to get my blazer rolling!!!
     
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    How many settings do you have for the heat range and wire speed?
     
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    A-D for the heat and 1- 10 for the wire speed.
     
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    I have Had the Same one since about may, and I love it, easy to get consumables, tips, etc. for it at sears, homedepot, or just about any other place you can think of; And I have used the heck out of it on everything from Custom Bumpers to Body Work. For the price I really couldn't be happier:laugh:
     
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    Hmm.. I have the same... But I have seen the SP135 Plus. It has the same welding specs, but the adjustments are different... The SP135 P has more heat ranges and a different power switch... *shrug*

    If you guys dont mind me asking, what did you pay for yours?
     
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    From what I hear the Weld Pacs are junk. My buddie and I used his 3200HD (I think, too lazy to go check) for a while, but now, it doesnt work. We didnt even run a 20lb spool through the thing.
     

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