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Re: Eastwood MIG/STICK 200 - new to me.
Lugnutz #1333030 Fri Nov 08 2019 09:18 PM
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There are so many acquisitions and mergers out there these days its hard to keep track. I know that at one time Hobart made some heavy duty welding machines with strong duty cycles for industrial use.

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Re: Eastwood MIG/STICK 200 - new to me.
Lugnutz #1333168 Sun Nov 10 2019 01:02 AM
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I love my 37 pound Miller with auto-set. Just adjust the volume on one knob, and you are good to go,

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Re: Eastwood MIG/STICK 200 - new to me.
Lugnutz #1333230 Sun Nov 10 2019 07:57 PM
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What's the story with the '55 in background?





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