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  1. #151
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    Re: Everlast 221 long term review

    It's considered a two roller feeder. You can't feed with just one roller.
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  2. #152

    Re: Everlast 221 long term review

    Quote Originally Posted by lugweld View Post
    It's considered a two roller feeder. You can't feed with just one roller.
    Nope, 2 DRIVE roller vs 2 roller (which is what this unit is, not the heavy duty 2 drive roller version as advertised).

    Edit: Advertising on Everlast site is "Number of Drive rollers: 2" When in fact it is 1 driver roller, 1 push roller and if you want to confuse people, yes you can call it a 2 roll wire feed system.
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  3. #153
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    Re: Everlast 221 long term review

    Both are part of the drive system, and we follow industry nomenclature from other manufacturers of similar design. There is no "Push" roller. That is definitely the wrong term. It is either an idler or a driven roller on a unit.
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    Lincoln SA 200
    Lincoln Ranger 8
    Smith Oxy Fuel setup
    Everlast PowerPlasma 80
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    Everlast Power iMIG 205
    Everlast Power iMIG 140E
    Everlast PowerARC 300
    Everlast PowerARC 140ST
    Everlast PowerTIG 255EXT

  4. #154

    Re: Everlast 221 long term review

    Quote Originally Posted by lugweld View Post
    Both are part of the drive system, and we follow industry nomenclature from other manufacturers of similar design. There is no "Push" roller. That is definitely the wrong term. It is either an idler or a driven roller on a unit.
    Then its a "2 roller drive system", not a "2 drive roller system".

    Industry standards in the US are horrific at times Anyway, if you're reading about a 2 DRIVE roller feed system, and you order 2 drive rollers, you should have a match, but you don't, so obviously there is a problem. Same as filling a tank with gas (a car tank)


    Anyway, tensioner roller or idler roller yes I should have said.

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