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    Trailblazer 325

    Does anybody have anything, good, bad, or indifferent to say about the 325? I keep looking for real time info and cant find any. One of my old TB 302s is hitting close to 2500 hrs and Im thinking trade in time. I want the Excel Power option, and now I see the battery charge option is actually available... I think. Anyway, trying to get info on these is like pulling teeth.

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    Re: Trailblazer 325

    Here's a couple threads on the topic from the Miller site.

    http://www.millerwelds.com/resources...lem-fix-or-not

    http://www.millerwelds.com/resources...railblazer-325

    No personal experience with them myself.
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    Re: Trailblazer 325

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    Re: Trailblazer 325

    Thanks Duane. Il be checking those.

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    Re: Trailblazer 325

    Hmm. After that, I might just see how long a TB 302 will last.

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    Re: Trailblazer 325

    Personally, I'd wait to see how they pan out.

    I think attempting to engineer out guess work and skill on the part of the operator, designs tend to be problem prone. I believe there are too many variables for a machines' controls designed for ideal conditions to be able to accommodate and/or compensate for everything that can go on during the weld process IMO. The more complex a machine of any kind, the more likely it is there will be problems/failures.
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    Re: Trailblazer 325

    It's a machine that sounds good on paper but til I hear from guys like me, on a site like this... Waiting is my plan. I don't have time to be the "guinea pig". The new combo generator is something I would definitely want to see proved out before I buy one.
    Last edited by 12V71; 05-25-2014 at 04:46 PM. Reason: sp

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