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  1. #26
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    Re: Lincoln pipeline welder

    Yeah I was thinking the same rods 90% of what I do is 6010 and 6011 I don't do many repair jobs any more I try to stick to building stuff instead of fixing it less aggravation manly fenceing and ag related things but I do run a fair share of Lincoln Excalibur

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    Lincoln AC 225
    1979 Miller bluestar 2E
    Smith and victor torches
    Campbell hausfeld 110 DC stick welder
    Hobart 135 mig
    Hobart 190 mig
    Hypertherm 30xp

  2. #27
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    Re: Lincoln pipeline welder

    If you do buy it, I highly suggest you buy a Cable remote for it. It will save you a lot of steps. Just use a 10-GA extension cord.
    http://www.cablecontrolkits.com/index.php
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    Carl

    Dynasty 300
    V350-Pro w/pulse
    SG Spool gun
    1937 IdealArc-300
    PowerArc 200ST
    3 SA-200s
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  3. #28
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    Re: Lincoln pipeline welder

    That would be nice I'm going to look into the remote if I buy it today do you know if there is an power inverter they sell for it to run ac tools

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    Lincoln AC 225
    1979 Miller bluestar 2E
    Smith and victor torches
    Campbell hausfeld 110 DC stick welder
    Hobart 135 mig
    Hobart 190 mig
    Hypertherm 30xp

  4. #29
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    Re: Lincoln pipeline welder

    Quote Originally Posted by jfarcmaster12 View Post
    do you know if there is an power inverter they sell for it to run ac tools
    I really don’t know. A lot of my Dewalt tools are AC/DC.
    Don’t pay any attention to me
    I’m just a hobbyist!

    Carl

    Dynasty 300
    V350-Pro w/pulse
    SG Spool gun
    1937 IdealArc-300
    PowerArc 200ST
    3 SA-200s
    Vantage 400





  5. #30
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    North Sewickley Pa. Shop in Monaca
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    Re: Lincoln pipeline welder

    DeWalt sales AC/DC tools ( called universal wrap) ...Grinders , 1/2" & 3/4" impacts and their old model 1/2" spade drill are "universal wrap".......This is something to watch for, many a nice drill, hammer drill, radio, etc. Have met the end of their life being plugged into an SA -200 machine....... Me personally would be looking at Rangers (225,250,305,etc.) They throw AC power and weld fine for what your doing......SA's are good pipeline machines because of the copper wound armature and that's where they shine best...( on the ROW)

  6. #31
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    Re: Lincoln pipeline welder

    You are 100% correct Smooth. The versatility of the new small lawnmower engine powered welders is great. The Ranger line and I especially like the Trailblazer 325EFI with auto speed and Excel power options. The sound of the little gas engines screaming at 3400-3600 RPM drives me crazy. That is a big advantage to the auto speed on the Miller. It only runs as hard as it needs. I hope the new Rangers that are coming out soon will have some form of that
    I guess I will stick with my 66 Redface and listen to to the old Continental purr at 1500 RPM.


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    Steve

    Miller Dialarc 250 (1990)
    Miller Maxstar 140 STR (2003)
    Lincoln SA200 Redface Pipeliner (1966)
    Lincoln MP210 (2015)
    Victor and MECO torches

  7. #32
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    Re: Lincoln pipeline welder

    Well guys I tested it and ended up buying it I got the guy down to 1500 for the vice welder 100 foot leads and trailer I now need help finding the oil filter, fan belt part numbers perferibly O'Reilly's available part numbers if possible thanks for the advice the leak was just spilled oil that collected dust also I would like an oil capacity if someone has one thanks I'm extremely happyName:  IMG_1564.jpeg
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    Lincoln AC 225
    1979 Miller bluestar 2E
    Smith and victor torches
    Campbell hausfeld 110 DC stick welder
    Hobart 135 mig
    Hobart 190 mig
    Hypertherm 30xp

  8. #33
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    Re: Lincoln pipeline welder

    That's some trailer, I reckon you came out alright.


    Did you weld with it?

  9. #34
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    Re: Lincoln pipeline welder

    Yes I'm not used to that smooth of an arc melted 6010 and 7018 like butter
    Quote Originally Posted by TimmyTIG View Post
    That's some trailer, I reckon you came out alright.


    Did you weld with it?
    Sent from my XT1565 using Tapatalk
    Lincoln AC 225
    1979 Miller bluestar 2E
    Smith and victor torches
    Campbell hausfeld 110 DC stick welder
    Hobart 135 mig
    Hobart 190 mig
    Hypertherm 30xp

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