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    Have a chance to buy a Dialarc 250 for $200 been in storage for 3 years no cables and have choice from 5 250's, the guy says they were ok when put in storage! Need advice as I'm considering buying a arc welder. He says they are 208,220 460 single phase AC/DC is this correct on the single phase and what is the advice? Thanks

  • #2
    Bob,

    This is the best deal you will ever get on a Rock Solid AC/DC Stick machine. If I didn't have a Miller 250 I would buy one in a heartbeat.The multi voltage is correct.

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    • #3
      Thanks Cope, I appreciate your advice!

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      • #4
        Get me one too. I will vacation to IN this summer and pick it up. LOL

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        • #5
          Frank,
          Are you serious? What part of In are you going to? These Welders are on Wheels and weigh 400lbs

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          • #6
            Me and BigRig tried to work out a deal on one of these welders, but shipping one out of Canada posed some problems. I am not currently planning on coming to Indiana, but for the price of those welders, I would consider either driving up there with the family this summer, or having it truck shipped to Texas.

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            • #7
              Is the DialArc 250 just a stick machine or is it a TIG also ?

              If they are a TIG also I will take on for sure!!!

              Please let me know.

              Thanks,

              PJ
              Thanks,

              PJ

              Miller AC/DC Thunderbolt
              MM 210 + spoolmate

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              • #8
                Only a Stick Machine, Sorry I wish They were! I thought it was a good Price, but wanted to ask> what size welding cables should I buy?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Bob Jones
                  Only a Stick Machine, Sorry I wish They were! I thought it was a good Price, but wanted to ask> what size welding cables should I buy?
                  If you aren't going to run 250 amps, but probably around 125 or so MAX, #2 is plenty big. I have 60' of #2 on my 250 amp and never have had a problem with 1/8" or 5/32" rods. Bigger is heavier!

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                  • #10
                    Thanks, Bob
                    Still is tempting !!!!
                    If you need a stick welder, I would buy 2 of them and sell one for a profit or use it as a parts machine just in case.

                    Good luck,

                    PJ
                    Thanks,

                    PJ

                    Miller AC/DC Thunderbolt
                    MM 210 + spoolmate

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                    • #11
                      I'll be more than glad to buy an extra one if anybody might want one! That the least I can do if someone is serious! I'm taking a chance with no Guarrantee, but most people are honest at least I feel that wayalways a chance to be wrong!
                      Bob J

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                      • #12
                        Mr Jones,
                        I sent you an email. If you don't get it, let me know.
                        Thanks

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                        • #13
                          Jay,
                          message received and answered! When you're old and retired Email is great!
                          My older Son gives me He** because I keep him busy on my new Computer. Now I can sell my HP laotop. I got a big monitor that I can really enjoy.
                          Bob J

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                          • #14
                            Hi,

                            I live in Indiana and may be interested in one as well.
                            Let me know if any are available.

                            Is this an ac/dc machine?

                            Thanks
                            Jeff

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                            • #15
                              Yes They are AC/DC Machines Stick, no Cables No Warranty Made in the 70's

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