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Old 11-01-2012, 04:10 AM   #1
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Any interest in a welder?

I have a Lincoln Electric Weld-Pak 100 MIG welder that would be perfect for a brew stand build.

The story: I bought this about 8 years ago, on a whim. I think I paid $400 for the welder and $130 for the MIG gas kit which included the gas liner, solenoid, gas line, solid core wire, etc. Its LIGHTLY used, dare i say "like new", if I said I've used it 5 times, I might be exaggerating . For the most part it has sat on a shelf in my garage looking rather lonely and neglected.

What you get: The welder which has the MIG upgrade kit installed, some, welding gloves, a couple rolls of wire, some extra tips, and two helmets, one auto-darkening and one not. There's no gas regulator with this, you will need to supply your own tank and regulator for gas welding.

I'm pretty firm at $250 for all this, anything less and I'm content to let it continue to sit around and collect dust .

If you want it shipped, you pay for actual shipping cost.

I'm also open to trades, currently in the market for another Boilermaker, 10-15 gallons.

Thanks for looking.

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Shipping is not that bad. I'll take the deal for $250 shipped to 94553

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Old 11-02-2012, 12:24 AM   #3
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Shipping is not that bad. I'll take the deal for $250 shipped to 94553
Ha. This package is gonna be heavy as hell. You cover shipping and I'll go through the beating of boxing it all up for you
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Old 11-02-2012, 01:14 AM   #4
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Shipping is not that bad. I'll take the deal for $250 shipped to 94553
Any good welder (which this Lincoln is), will be quite heavy. There is a lot of copper inside this bad boy.
Anyways, I built my first stand on a welder like this, having never welded before. It served me very well, highly recommend.
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The specs say that the unit weighs 47 lbs. and is 10"x12"x15.5" in size.

60 lbs (18"x18"x24" size box) via USPS parcel post from 75013 to 94553 is $53

I'll go $260 shipped

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The specs say that the unit weighs 47 lbs. and is 10"x12"x15.5" in size.

60 lbs (18"x18"x24" size box) via USPS parcel post from 75013 to 94553 is $53

I'll go $260 shipped
No thanks.
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Okay, no problem. I think that $200 + shipping would be a fair price. If you change your mind, I might still be interested. Thanks for responding.

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Is the upgrade kit complete (sans consumables used, of course) ? Manuf. Description below. If so I'll take it for the same $260 shipped to 92064.

K610-1 MIG Conversion Kit

For MIG (gas-shielded solid wire) welding. Includes .025-.030" (0.6-0.8mm) cable liner, two .025" contact tips, gas nozzle, 2 lb. spool of .025" SuperArc L-56 mild steel MIG wire, gas regulator for Argon and Argon-blend gases, adapter for CO 2 cylinders, gas solenoid (115V), hoses, connectors, and instructions.

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Is the upgrade kit complete (sans consumables used, of course) ? Manuf. Description below. If so I'll take it for the same $260 shipped to 92064.

K610-1 MIG Conversion Kit

For MIG (gas-shielded solid wire) welding. Includes .025-.030" (0.6-0.8mm) cable liner, two .025" contact tips, gas nozzle, 2 lb. spool of .025" SuperArc L-56 mild steel MIG wire, gas regulator for Argon and Argon-blend gases, adapter for CO 2 cylinders, gas solenoid (115V), hoses, connectors, and instructions.
Price would be $250 plus actual shipping if you want it shipped. I am not eating shipping on this thing, sorry.

The MIG kit included has everything but the regulator and adaptor. This is stated in the OP.
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FWIW, $250+shipping is a very fair price for that welder. I got $175 recently for an old lincoln stick welder and this welder is quite a bit nicer.

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