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  • 251 gun Interchangeability

    I Have a 251 with the stock mig gun,
    Id like to know if I can use a Smaller miller gun would it just fit in and seal?
    I know it would only be for low power settings

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    The Miller M10 and the Bernard Q200 will both work on the MM251.

    Just need to keep the Amps/DC in mind.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by mikem View Post
      I Have a 251 with the stock mig gun,
      Id like to know if I can use a Smaller miller gun would it just fit in and seal?
      I know it would only be for low power settings
      Sure as long as it has the Miller style end and control connector..... oodles of variety available from many makers....

      Here is a link to the guns available through Miller..

      http://www.millerwelds.com/products/gunstorches/


      for lightweight stuff I really like the Tweco mini mig gun


      http://store.cyberweld.com/twmimiggunmi.html

      There is a lot of selection out there... from Miller, Bernard, Binzel, Tweco etc.... just specify Miller connection when you order...

      Gun selection is a very personal choice... so it would probably be best to go down to your LWS to see and handle them in person... to make sure that you like the size and feel.... many weldors have more than one gun to suit different conditions and duty..... I have a selection...
      Last edited by H80N; 02-04-2012, 11:43 AM.
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      • #4
        My choice would be the Miller M-15. Been using one for 13 years. Was going to get a small Tweeco but i grew fond of the M-15...Bob
        Bob Wright

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        • #5
          Thank you for the replys.
          What an excellent welder this is also.

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