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  • ryanjones2150
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    millermatic35

    You got a nice machine given to you there. Don't let the age of it discourage you, it'll probably be still working when you're grandson wants to learn to weld. Freshen it up and run some wire through it.

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  • pat h
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    Originally posted by kiwi View Post
    How could you not have gotten a deal if the welder was given to you for free?
    bingo

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  • cwgrizz
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    I wish someone would give me one. Ha!

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  • kiwi
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    Originally posted by 98RODEO2733 View Post
    I am new to welding and just started learning on millermatic 211.I no longer have access to it but some one gave me a millermatis 35 it needs a new power cord which I just got and a few other minor repairs,my question is this a decent welder I won't be welding anything thicker than 3/8"mainly sheetmetal to 1/4"for offroad 4x4 fabrication.I am very limited on funds and hope I got a deal on this
    How could you not have gotten a deal if the welder was given to you for free?

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  • Bob Miller
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    Finest

    The Millermatic 35 was the finest welder I have ever owned.
    .030 wire on 14ga.

    Good Luck,
    Bob

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  • 98RODEO2733
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    millermatic35

    I am new to welding and just started learning on millermatic 211.I no longer have access to it but some one gave me a millermatis 35 it needs a new power cord which I just got and a few other minor repairs,my question is this a decent welder I won't be welding anything thicker than 3/8"mainly sheetmetal to 1/4"for offroad 4x4 fabrication.I am very limited on funds and hope I got a deal on this
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