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    Selling my big boy toys

    Lincoln 350MP in like new condition.

    Always in my home garage and covered in a cloth.

    I have a like new gun for the 350MP used for solid wire.

    I have a like new push/pull gun for the 350MP used for aluminum wire.

    I also have a like new Lincoln Precision Tig 275 with the Advanced Control panel like the PT375!!!! This was a Ready Pack and comes with the under carriage water cooler and dual Argon tank holder. Always covered in my home garage. These two units have never been used for anything other than tinkering at home. You could not possibly find a better pair of Lincolns.

    I have the original TIG torch which is like new, the foot pedal, the finger slide control, a brand new CK Tig Torch, pyrex cup. Real nice stuff.

    I need to sell.

    I am going to post it all here and see if I can at least sell it to a member. If not, I will ebay it and go that route.

    I will post pictures and serial numbers and all that ASAP. I just wanted to get the word out now.

    Any questions, PM me! Price is gonna be reasonable for you and me. Not gonna give it away but not looking for a profit. I get they are not brand new. But you wouldnt know it!
    Lincoln Power Mig 350MP - MIG and Push-Pull
    Lincoln Precision TIG 275,Undercart cooler,Foot/Finger Amptrollers
    Lincoln Hobby-Weld 110v
    Lincoln SP-200 MIG and Hi-Freq Tig
    CK TIG TORCH, gas diffuser, pyrex cup
    Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 101

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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    Damn. Hate to see you sell your gear Hector, but I know all about being in a bind for money.

    Come really close to selling my dynasty. Still may, but hopefully I can hold on to it. I can only bet your stuff is immaculate.

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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    I am just preparing for my empty nest years. My baby is 17 this year. My boy is 18. I need to get down to where I can live in a tiny house. My years have come and gone. I have no desire anymore to chase my list of projects. I already sold my 1966 Chevelle. That one broke my heart.
    Lincoln Power Mig 350MP - MIG and Push-Pull
    Lincoln Precision TIG 275,Undercart cooler,Foot/Finger Amptrollers
    Lincoln Hobby-Weld 110v
    Lincoln SP-200 MIG and Hi-Freq Tig
    CK TIG TORCH, gas diffuser, pyrex cup
    Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 101

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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    Quote Originally Posted by Joker11 View Post
    I am just preparing for my empty nest years. My baby is 17 this year. My boy is 18. I need to get down to where I can live in a tiny house. My years have come and gone. I have no desire anymore to chase my list of projects. I already sold my 1966 Chevelle. That one broke my heart.
    Awe, dad-gummit pa!


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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    thats what i did, sell bigger and older welding machines and buy smaller welding machines to replace them with
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    i now have a $200 HF tig/stick machine and 145 amps is plenty to stick weld with 1/8 7018. little thing can carry one handed and easy to bring outside, to basement or put on a car seat.
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    i also got small 60 cu ft argon. again small enough to carry.

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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    Quote Originally Posted by Joker11 View Post
    I am just preparing for my empty nest years. My baby is 17 this year. My boy is 18. I need to get down to where I can live in a tiny house. My years have come and gone. I have no desire anymore to chase my list of projects. I already sold my 1966 Chevelle. That one broke my heart.
    I understand man. I hope you do well on the stuff.

    I know one thing for certain... I will NEVER be able to get rid of that much stuff where I could live in a tiny house

    In other words, I have WAAAY too much junk!

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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    I may be interested. Approximately how much are you looking for, for the lot? It would need to be shipped though... As much as I'd like to, I can't make the trip to Arizona!
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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    Quote Originally Posted by Joker11 View Post
    I am just preparing for my empty nest years. My baby is 17 this year. My boy is 18. I need to get down to where I can live in a tiny house. My years have come and gone. I have no desire anymore to chase my list of projects. I already sold my 1966 Chevelle. That one broke my heart.
    Damn man - good luck to you and good luck on your sale
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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    Quote Originally Posted by 7A749 View Post
    I understand man. I hope you do well on the stuff.

    I know one thing for certain... I will NEVER be able to get rid of that much stuff where I could live in a tiny house

    In other words, I have WAAAY too much junk!
    Do what I do - make sure you have 20 acres so you can just put everything outside in the back
    Dave J.

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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    Joker11, I've sent you a PM.

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    Pictures

    This is all original. The tip and nozzle are the ones that came with the gun brand new when I bought it. That should tell you what kind of use it has had! None. It was a demo in the Lincoln Lab up in the Phoenix area. I bought it right out of the back door of the lab. The rep was awesome to deal with.

    The gun is 25ft long, has Lincoln back end. I am taking a stab at the price here guys, $2,000.00.

    Let me know.






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    Last edited by Joker11; 02-27-2016 at 07:18 PM.
    Lincoln Power Mig 350MP - MIG and Push-Pull
    Lincoln Precision TIG 275,Undercart cooler,Foot/Finger Amptrollers
    Lincoln Hobby-Weld 110v
    Lincoln SP-200 MIG and Hi-Freq Tig
    CK TIG TORCH, gas diffuser, pyrex cup
    Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 101

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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    Quote Originally Posted by MinnesotaDave View Post
    Do what I do - make sure you have 20 acres so you can just put everything outside in the back
    Problem solved!

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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    I am really turned on by this new "Tiny Living" fad. Seems like the only way to live in the post Obama USA. If I can sell all my stuff, I can pay cash for a small piece of land and focus on a small home to put there.

    I am serious. I make good money and I always seem to be just scratching by. It shouldn't be that way. I hope someone will make good use out of my tools. Hoping to sell them quickly.
    Lincoln Power Mig 350MP - MIG and Push-Pull
    Lincoln Precision TIG 275,Undercart cooler,Foot/Finger Amptrollers
    Lincoln Hobby-Weld 110v
    Lincoln SP-200 MIG and Hi-Freq Tig
    CK TIG TORCH, gas diffuser, pyrex cup
    Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 101

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    350mp

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    Lincoln Power Mig 350MP - MIG and Push-Pull
    Lincoln Precision TIG 275,Undercart cooler,Foot/Finger Amptrollers
    Lincoln Hobby-Weld 110v
    Lincoln SP-200 MIG and Hi-Freq Tig
    CK TIG TORCH, gas diffuser, pyrex cup
    Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 101

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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    Ok, that picture is NOT upside down on my PC, I saved it again, rotated it, and it still uploads here as upside down. What the heck is that all about?
    Lincoln Power Mig 350MP - MIG and Push-Pull
    Lincoln Precision TIG 275,Undercart cooler,Foot/Finger Amptrollers
    Lincoln Hobby-Weld 110v
    Lincoln SP-200 MIG and Hi-Freq Tig
    CK TIG TORCH, gas diffuser, pyrex cup
    Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 101

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    Re: 350mp

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Size:  33.4 KBHere are pictues of my Precision Tig275 with Advanced Control Panel AND......Power Factor Correction Kit. You can take it out if you don't want the PFC. But it does add to the price and so, you get it with it.
    Lincoln Power Mig 350MP - MIG and Push-Pull
    Lincoln Precision TIG 275,Undercart cooler,Foot/Finger Amptrollers
    Lincoln Hobby-Weld 110v
    Lincoln SP-200 MIG and Hi-Freq Tig
    CK TIG TORCH, gas diffuser, pyrex cup
    Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 101

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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    50 Ton Shop Press $1000.oo

    Northern Tools sold it.

    Has air/hydraulic pump Works very well.


    40 Ton Press Brake from Northern tools

    I fabbed the upper cup to fit the 50Ton press.

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    Lincoln Power Mig 350MP - MIG and Push-Pull
    Lincoln Precision TIG 275,Undercart cooler,Foot/Finger Amptrollers
    Lincoln Hobby-Weld 110v
    Lincoln SP-200 MIG and Hi-Freq Tig
    CK TIG TORCH, gas diffuser, pyrex cup
    Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 101

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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    Quote Originally Posted by Joker11 View Post
    I am really turned on by this new "Tiny Living" fad. Seems like the only way to live in the post Obama USA. If I can sell all my stuff, I can pay cash for a small piece of land and focus on a small home to put there.

    I am serious. I make good money and I always seem to be just scratching by. It shouldn't be that way. I hope someone will make good use out of my tools. Hoping to sell them quickly.
    Dam Brother I feel your pain, since 08 life has gone to hell, I live in my shop lol. I can't wrap my head around how the world has changed.

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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    So how much is the 350MP?

    And wow, that press looks EXACTLY like the 50T press sold by HF.
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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    Quote Originally Posted by Joker11 View Post
    I am really turned on by this new "Tiny Living" fad. Seems like the only way to live in the post Obama USA. If I can sell all my stuff, I can pay cash for a small piece of land and focus on a small home to put there.

    I am serious. I make good money and I always seem to be just scratching by. It shouldn't be that way. I hope someone will make good use out of my tools. Hoping to sell them quickly.
    I sure would like to build/install a 32' motorhome coach onto one of my Mack trucks and live out of it while working out of my welding trailer. Wife has other and more traditional thoughts however.....
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    Oh yeah, also an unabashed internet "Troll" too.....

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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    Quote Originally Posted by Econdron View Post
    So how much is the 350MP?

    I am starting at 4,400. But I am willing to negotiate.

    And wow, that press looks EXACTLY like the 50T press sold by HF.
    I should have shown the front. I havent seen a 50T at HF. That would have saved me a ton in shipping costs.
    Lincoln Power Mig 350MP - MIG and Push-Pull
    Lincoln Precision TIG 275,Undercart cooler,Foot/Finger Amptrollers
    Lincoln Hobby-Weld 110v
    Lincoln SP-200 MIG and Hi-Freq Tig
    CK TIG TORCH, gas diffuser, pyrex cup
    Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 101

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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    Quote Originally Posted by Joker11 View Post
    I should have shown the front. I havent seen a 50T at HF. That would have saved me a ton in shipping costs.
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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    how much did you pay for the brake, is it the 20t?
    Lincoln Power Mig 350MP - MIG and Push-Pull
    Lincoln Precision TIG 275,Undercart cooler,Foot/Finger Amptrollers
    Lincoln Hobby-Weld 110v
    Lincoln SP-200 MIG and Hi-Freq Tig
    CK TIG TORCH, gas diffuser, pyrex cup
    Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 101

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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    I made it. Just used scrap metal I had lying around and milled the point on the top die. Bottom die was just two pieces of angle iron.
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    Geka Bendicrop Ironworker

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    Re: Selling my big boy toys

    Quote Originally Posted by Joker11 View Post
    I am really turned on by this new "Tiny Living" fad. Seems like the only way to live in the post Obama USA. If I can sell all my stuff, I can pay cash for a small piece of land and focus on a small home to put there.

    I am serious. I make good money and I always seem to be just scratching by. It shouldn't be that way. I hope someone will make good use out of my tools. Hoping to sell them quickly.
    The only problem I see is that you are going to want to build it out of steel

    Kind of the the finish carpenter that sold all his wood working tools so he could build a hot rod. Then he goes out and buys a woodie.

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