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    lincoln bullet

    No I don't have one but I just bought 2 carts that were uded to move them around the shop. I want to use the carts for my miller regency and a syncrowave 300 I just picked up. So my question is what does a lincoln bullet welder weight? Will the running gear be strong enough fora syncrowave 300?

    thanks all
    Lincoln 350mp
    miller regency
    miller syncro wave 300

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    Re: lincoln bullet

    Kind of depends on which machine you're talking about as to what it weighed; there was a whole range of motor-generator / torpedo / bullet / whatever nickname you want to call them welders. But I'd bet on it being enough to deal with your syncrowave.

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    Re: lincoln bullet

    I had a SAE400 "Bullet" motor-generator welder. It weighed 1320#. Like Tbone said, it all depends on which size machine your running gear was used as to whether it is just the right size or way overkill.
    Last edited by bent; 05-22-2017 at 07:18 PM.

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    Re: lincoln bullet

    thanks guys
    Lincoln 350mp
    miller regency
    miller syncro wave 300

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