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This is a pretty good welder that I picked up a couple years ago. I have since gotten the gas conversion kit for it and find it a lot more controllable for body welding. The one thing is that since it is a 220V the settings are at some of the lower levels for it for the very thin stuff. At times I do regret selling my 120v welder after I bought this one. Since it is a 220V welder I had to put a new circuit in the garage dedicated for it but my heaters use the same plug so heating up the shop for painting is a lot easier with the extra line.

http://www.lincolnelectric.com/Catalog/equ...et.aspx?p=42422

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Yeah, can't go wrong with a Lincoln. I'm used to working with a 120V now, just love it (I'm only using the Miller at work for now). :lol2:

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Is it the Miller 140?

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Sorry, I'll have to check again, but I think it's the Millermatic 140. Or 130. :lol2:

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