Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by BlazerBoy, Oct 5, 2001.
I am looking into buying this Miller 135 on Ebay.
Sorry if this wasn't quick enough. That is a decent welder for the price, but I believe you could find something comparible from Lincoln (much better welder in my opinion) for about $300, that would suit your needs. Also they are a lot more user friendly, which will help the rookie. Yes, I have welded for a living, but now I inspect others welds.
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dang a couple mins too late.. I bought it anyways, I am sure it will work out well. I was trying to compare them to Lincoln and didnt see much in the same market. Well she is being shipped as we speak. So I hope I like it. I gots me a welder baby...
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One of the welders I have here at work is a Miller 130.Its a great little welder.You should have no problem welding sheet metal with it.It just takes a little practice to get the hang of it.
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Millers are great welders. Thats all we use at work. Let me know if I can helpya with it.
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Next time check out Harbor Freight, that's anyone else lookin to buy.......
buildin a 400 for it, any info greatly appreciated
I just got done welding up the mounts on my 14ff with a Miller 130. It did a great job.
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