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Lincoln v. Miller

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Ross, Apr 25, 2002.

  1. Ross

    Ross Registered Member

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  2. SkulzNBonz

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    I have found that Lincolns are usually a more user friendly welder. Millers seem to be more of a "professional" type arrangement.
     
  3. kumma

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    Hi there

    i have used both models in the last year. i dont have any complaints about either one. both had infinte voltage control as well as contact tips that wernt live until you pulled the trigger. i used a century that was live all the time it was really difficult to start the welds. when it came time to buy i got the Miller. i dont think you can go wrong with either one.
     
  4. James90

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    I have a Millermatic 130 xp (the 135 is a little bigger) and love it it is easy to use and does a great job

    I have also used a loncoln about the same size and and it did a good jpb

    so I thank it is just who you like I am miller man
     

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