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  1. #1
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    Lincoln sam 400

    Going to look at a lincoln sam 400 tomorrow I know they stop making them in the 80's/early 90's and I'm sure I'll need to fix a thing or two on it just wondering opinions on getting it. Are parts still easy/cheap to get? Even if it "runs excellent" like the guy says he's asking $1600 and the things a beast. It's gotta be around 2000lbs and it doesn't have a wheel kit. I'm not sure if they even make one for it.
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    Great find.....I almost bought one last year....a fellow I know has 3 of them.....all on frame trailers......(heavy). I heard they are good for welding non-stop day after day.....Hope you have good luck and build a strong trailer......Good Luck....

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    Re: Lincoln sam 400

    had my sae 300 on a military trailer. As you can see, after 2000 lbs. the helper springs weren't even close! Good Luck!
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    Re: Lincoln sam 400

    those sams are awesome they have constant voltage standard so you can run wire. I even ran sub arc on a sam650 a couple years ago. Thats a steal. If it runs buy it

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    Re: Lincoln sam 400

    Been eyeing that one myself but didn't have the dough, that should be a nice machine, comes in at about 2300Lb. Standard VV/CV. From what I;m told those perkins are good on fuel to. bet you can better the price, been for sale a while and it is a tank. Let us know how it is and if you snagged it up. How far are you from where it is?
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    (2)Lincoln 225AC/DC portables, Miller Syncrowave 300, miller sidekick,Lincoln Idealarc 250,Miller 251 Mig, Miller 30A spool gun, Hende lathe, Horizontal bandsaw, pora band ,14FT enclosed trailer.SA200's

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