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ArcZone
ArcZone
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Last Activity: Yesterday, 07:12 PM
Joined: 01-24-2010
Location: Chesaning Michigan
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  • ArcZone
    replied to ornamental steel gate
    I kinda figured it was considering how nicely done it is....
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  • ArcZone
    replied to ornamental steel gate
    Looks good Joe, it would really finish the look off nicely to ditch the chain and fashion some sort of latching mechanism that doubles as a lock. I did a bunch of access gates this last year and came up with a pretty good system, though it only allows one way swing of the gate. The pictures are before...
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  • ArcZone
    replied to Cart
    The only problem now is you can’t put your Everlast in the spectrums place unless you give him the rattle bomb haha
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  • ArcZone
    replied to Cart
    I think it would be fitting to call it the USS Appleton, seeing that it is all blue... Or on a more personal note if you’re from WV maybe the BB-48, I think that’s kinda clever too
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  • ArcZone
    replied to Mag Drill
    The way I would read that call out is single bevel groove arrow side (unspecified size), with a 3/8” fillet weld cap, also arrow side. Since the size bevel is not specified and the joint isn’t called out to be back welded I would assume they mean PJP in the tail note for partial joint penetration...
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  • I know a couple guys that welded at trailer shops who could barely weld to begin with who swear up and down that when missing welds were found in paint that 9 times out of 10 they would get caulked and sprayed.
    Im kinda on the fence when it comes to the diy backyard type stuff, but if it comes...
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  • ArcZone
    replied to plasma torch mishap...
    I couldn’t second this with enough enthusiasm, the stuff is amazing. It’s what you’d get from the ER or doctor if you went in for a burn like that or worse, by prescription only though from my experience. Almost like it magically regrows your skin. I get it from an anonymous veterinarian once...
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  • ArcZone
    replied to I expanded the fleet
    I’m very curious to see how this works out for you. As wrong as it feels it’s hard to say no to 80a at a full 100% and 100a @ 60%. A powermax 85 cost double that and I actually thought that it was the highest output 1~ on the market
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  • I can tell you for sure that the power pins are different between a Lincoln and Miller. Most guns can be adapted from one to the other, although sometimes it can be kind of a bugger to find the right parts if you’re not patient enough to look it up yourself or don’t have a very helpful lws. God...
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  • ArcZone
    replied to Spool gun vs suitcase
    If you go the suitcase route (I would recommend it if you think you’ll use if on any regular basis) just make sure you get your hands on a voltage sensing unit and not one that has a remote cable. Your bobcat doesn’t have a 14 pin and if I’m correct will not work with a remote feeder
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  • ArcZone
    replied to PC2 board 325 trailblazer help
    Sorry for the delay in update, I did however confirm the part number from a very nice lady at Miller this morning. It turned out to be the 51yy50318 grayhill # and she actually gave me a Miller part # 218075 as well.

    I tried Digikey and Newark cruizer but had no luck, they look like pretty...
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  • ArcZone
    replied to PC2 board 325 trailblazer help
    10-4 no it doesn’t, I wouldn’t ask someone to rip into one just to check anyways. Always that wild chance somebody is already into one though, talk about falling in the pile and coming out smelling like a rose
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  • ArcZone
    replied to PC2 board 325 trailblazer help
    I’ve had no luck searching grayhills website either. The only thing I come up with there is their “build your own part number for an order” type of which I would imagine generates them a cross reference to their actual mfg#. The only hard evidence I’ve found that the 3 51yy#s actually exist...
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  • ArcZone
    replied to PC2 board 325 trailblazer help
    Now I feel terrible for sending you on a goose chase for an imaginary part number Aeronca, maybe I shouldn’t play on the internet at 2:00 am...
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  • ArcZone
    replied to PC2 board 325 trailblazer help
    My goodness the prefix for the number is 51yy! I don’t know how I could have messed it up as many times as I’ve entered it in to a search browser. I’ll have to edit my original now. But I’d never thought about calling grayhill actually, I’m sure they would to have the ability to tell me which...
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  • ArcZone
    replied to PC2 board 325 trailblazer help
    Apologies I had to add this as a reply, it won’t let me put it all in the original post. The number is smudged off the sticker! I’ve googled to no avail and the only part # I can find through Miller is the entire pc2 board (250303). I believe my machine is a 2013 model and is serial # MD220894R....
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    Last edited by ArcZone; 12-30-2018, 01:07 AM.

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  • ArcZone
    started a topic PC2 board 325 trailblazer help

    PC2 board 325 trailblazer help

    I have a 325 trailblazer I just picked up for a pretty good price, but on a bit of a gamble. The shaft for process selector switch was broken off flush to the face of the machine, and though it still works it has to be painstakingly turned with a tiny screwdriver to switch functions. I have a friend...
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    Last edited by ArcZone; 12-30-2018, 06:57 AM. Reason: Typo
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