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Thread: WP-18 15' Water Cooled Tig Torch Available and What Style

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    Wanting to know if Everlast has an 18 Style water cooled torch available, What style is it and pricing w/shipping.
    The more is use the New Style 26 torch with the gas power cable combo the more i like it, just curious if the 18 water cooled is the same style torch.
    This one is on Everlastweldz Ebay is it the same style as the 26. The Item Number 330667663405

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    PowerTig 200DX
    Supercut 50P
    PowerTig Micro 185 SOLD GREAT MACHINE
    Millermatic 200
    Miller Thunderbolt
    Jet 1340 Lathe
    Jet 20" Drill Press
    Jet 12" Wet Band Saw
    Kalamazoo H7 Bandsaw
    Forward 12,000 lb 4 Post Lift

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    Did you notice that in one area of the eBay description it stated
    Features & Benefits
    Everlast generic WP18F FLEX HEAD AIR cooled torch complete 15feet Will fit most imports and brand name as well for some brands you will need to change DINSE connection all WeldCraft parts and consumables will fit

    Everlast PowerPro 256
    Everlast W300 Cooler
    Everlast Cart 250

    Millermatic 211
    Spoolgun 100
    Miller HD Cart

    Victor 315 Torch sitting on a Harper 830-86 cart

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    HMMM! It also says it's a water cooled torch in the auction title.

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    Yea the listing was a little confusing i am not to sure who is running or answering questions on there Ebay site, If i knew it was the same torch as the newer style 26 that came with my 200DX i would just order it but not sure about the listing. I think i will send them a message and see which one it is.
    PowerTig 200DX
    Supercut 50P
    PowerTig Micro 185 SOLD GREAT MACHINE
    Millermatic 200
    Miller Thunderbolt
    Jet 1340 Lathe
    Jet 20" Drill Press
    Jet 12" Wet Band Saw
    Kalamazoo H7 Bandsaw
    Forward 12,000 lb 4 Post Lift

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    I believe the one on ebay is the second up from the bottom in the torch offering. The ones on the top of the list are the economy style that come standard with the TIG welders. Here is the link:

    http://www.everlastgenerators.com/Ev...ig-Torches.php

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    I recieved my new 250EX this week and the torch I got was an SR18 similar to the WP18f shown in the link above. I also read somewere on here, the Euro style torches were being phased out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Odyknuck View Post
    I recieved my new 250EX this week and the torch I got was an SR18 similar to the WP18f shown in the link above. I also read somewere on here, the Euro style torches were being phased out.
    Good to know. I liked the idea of the built in switch, but I really think the round grip provides many more holding options. It seems like everyone has there own style of holding the torch. I've seen some really weird grips by some welders. I know Everlast wants to ship a complete package, but it would be nice if like some brands, you could just order the machine without a torch. Most TIG machines I've bought, didn't come with a torch. There are just so many options.
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