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  • Miller DEL-200

    A friend picked this up the other day, dropped by to show me.

    At first we thought this was a re-power, never seen anything like this.

    Downloaded the owners manual, it appears to be factory. Single cylinder Deutz diesel. Going by the serial number, built in 1980/81.

    It could use new engine mounts, part# 009 235. Looks like a stepped rubber bushing, with two flatwashers. Anybody know if these are still available, or if any newer machines used something equivalent that might fit?
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    Obviously, I'm just a hack-artist, you shouldn't be listening to anything I say .....

  • #2
    Originally posted by JSFAB View Post
    A friend picked this up the other day, dropped by to show me.

    At first we thought this was a re-power, never seen anything like this.

    Downloaded the owners manual, it appears to be factory. Single cylinder Deutz diesel. Going by the serial number, built in 1980/81.

    It could use new engine mounts, part# 009 235. Looks like a stepped rubber bushing, with two flatwashers. Anybody know if these are still available, or if any newer machines used something equivalent that might fit?
    Neat unit..!!!

    Any chance of some pics of the mounts...??
    They might very well be a Deutz item

    Might also go to your local outdoor power equipment or rental place and look at the diesel pumps and gensets.... they might very well be an oem part...

    Otherwise... a drill with holesaw and an old tire, mudflap or piece of conveyor belting might be the fix...
    Last edited by H80N; 02-23-2015, 01:12 PM.
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    • #3
      The bottom fits into the holes in the baseplate. Top is wider, so it can squish down without going thru the holes.

      It is a Miller part, I saw the parts list.

      We have one LWS in the area who is known for having all kinds of old, obsolete items in stock. I suggested my friend start there first. He called me a while ago, they had the engine mounts.
      Obviously, I'm just a hack-artist, you shouldn't be listening to anything I say .....

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      • #4
        mcmaster car....

        Originally posted by JSFAB View Post
        The bottom fits into the holes in the baseplate. Top is wider, so it can squish down without going thru the holes.

        It is a Miller part, I saw the parts list.

        We have one LWS in the area who is known for having all kinds of old, obsolete items in stock. I suggested my friend start there first. He called me a while ago, they had the engine mounts.
        Mcmaster car will have any mount you will need..
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        • #5
          I have this old Miller DEL-200. It has worked before but when I tried to use on our farm recently it has stopped working correctly. It will barely strike an arc with the rod and then rod (6011) sticks. Anything that I should start checking to try to get it working again. It has a diesel motor and it starts with out too much effort.

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          • #6
            Not familiar with that machine. If it has a range and/or polarity switch, work them through their range several times to clean up the contacts. Has it been sitting awhile, or in general use? Check cable connections, then brushes in the generator--free to move and not worn out.

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            • #7
              Thanks Aeronca41 for response. Yes it has been sitting for about 6 months or so. Yes it has a coarse range selector and then a fine control. Will do. Thanks for the help on the Miller DEL-200

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