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Thread: Power i-MIG 200E liner

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    Power i-MIG 200E liner

    Hello All!

    Looking at the Power i-MIG 200E to replace my old Lincoln SP-135T. I want to weld thicker material using gas, not flux core. The Lincoln was very limited in thickness when using gas. The i-MIG 200E seems to fit the bill for me (especially price wise).
    The manual lists .023, .030 and .035 wire sizes. I know I'll have to change tips, but will I need to change the liner if changing wire size?

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    Re: Power i-MIG 200E liner

    No. But .035 will be limited on what you can do.
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