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Thread: NEW 2013 Everlast PowerTIG 200DX AC/DC TIG DUAL VOLTAGE welder

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    Quote Originally Posted by performance View Post
    The connections are the same, which are the same as Miller and Lincoln use. There's no reason to change. Even the gas quick connect is a standard fitting, but usually used on MIG water cooled torch.
    Awesome, thanks..
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    Mark

    All my connectors on my Hobart use Weldcraft Q5 (Dinse 35M) quick connectors are they the same type you use on all your Everlast machines or will I have to change them when I get my Everlast welder.


    Quote Originally Posted by performance View Post
    The connections are the same, which are the same as Miller and Lincoln use. There's no reason to change. Even the gas quick connect is a standard fitting, but usually used on MIG water cooled torch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by performance View Post
    The connections are the same, which are the same as Miller and Lincoln use. There's no reason to change. Even the gas quick connect is a standard fitting, but usually used on MIG water cooled torch.
    Any plans to have the gas through DINSE type in the future?
    Long arc, short arc, heliarc and in-the-dark!

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    No. No plans for that. It would complicate inventory and add to confusion when people order stuff.

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    Which air cooled torch is supplied with the new 2013 200dx's

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    Same one...no change. 26 series.

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    I'm confused

    Picture in the first post is different than the later one. I'm assuming the later one is really the 2013 model

    Is the 2013 model the same price, still about 1200 list price
    (for single voltage machine)? or more?
    New to welding!
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    In need of more toys

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    No, we had the 2013 models out but with an older panel design until the newer style was ready for production. Same features, different "looks". Same price as of today....tomorrow????

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    Cool!

    Sooner or later I'm going to have to make use of this 25% discount. Kind of stuck between the simplicity / lower price of the 185 vs. the extra costs / features of the 200dx. 185 is plenty for anything I need right now, but I would imagine the 200dx is as much machine as I would ever need.
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