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Subject: Re: Miller 250 NT Vs Lincoln 305G arc welders

Date: 06/11/03 at 6:57 PM
Posted by: Jeff
E-mail: ventureline@shaw.ca
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In Reply to: Miller 250 NT Vs Lincoln 305G arc welders posted by Doug Rodrigues on 06/05/03 at 10:26 PM:

They both have lottsa boards. But I have to say that the 305G is the better way to go. The chopper board in the G makes for fantastic welds!


My new Service disk doesn't show a 250NT, just the 251 and 280NT Trailblazer

A better welder for the money is the T-dyne T-bird. It does everything the Miller does for half the price.


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