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    Quote Originally Posted by youngnstudly View Post
    Congrats on the purchase Rocrat! I'm envious and .....Don't anybody hassle or tempt me, or I'll do it! I'll pull the trigger.... on the TIG purchase!
    Okay, I double triple dare you!!!

    rivets

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rivets View Post
    Okay, I double triple dare you!!!

    rivets
    double dog dare you

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    Hey Travis , what you gettin' ? Anybody else get a tracking number ?
    I haven't heard anything . Is it there yet , is it there yet ????

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    Guys, two containers were released at the same time. Customs delayed the release, as it is their right to fully or partially inspect a shipment. These are full, long containers of product that have arrived. Some will go out today, some may not. Today is Friday. So, my guess would be that unless we can get UPS to pick up on Saturday, the rest will go out Monday or Tuesday if there is any carry over.

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    Thanks for the update Mark, that's good news.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocrat View Post
    Hey Travis , what you gettin' ? Anybody else get a tracking number ?
    I haven't heard anything . Is it there yet , is it there yet ????
    powerultra205p 3 in 1 welder plasma cutter got the tracking # but it has not moved yet but that's cool iam on two weeks vaction in a week yippie

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    That's great , enjoy your machine , but whatever you do pay at least a little attention to the old lady during the vacation or you will regret getting the machine because she will make your life a misery

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    I have the best wife shes my helper and likes to stay around the house most times

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    Quote Originally Posted by travis View Post
    I have the best wife shes my helper and likes to stay around the house most times
    If she does all the prep work without complaint, she's definitely a keeper!
    Penncrest Buzzbox - Infinite amp control! Man the 70's were good.
    Everlast Powerplasma 60 - Reliable unit, cuts well.
    Everlast i-MIG 250P w/spoolgun - Really smooth, plenty of cajones.
    Everlast 250EXT - Sometimes it just takes a kick in the balls...
    Everlast 255EXT - Just started playing

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    shes mostly a tool hander to me but at least shes there to help if needed

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    Hang on to her T , a dirty hand woman is hard to find , you should give her some helmet time , she may turn out a good metal stitcher , enjoy your vacation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocrat View Post
    you should give her some helmet time
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Size:  10.2 KB Don't do that! If she likes it, you may never hold the torch again.
    Penncrest Buzzbox - Infinite amp control! Man the 70's were good.
    Everlast Powerplasma 60 - Reliable unit, cuts well.
    Everlast i-MIG 250P w/spoolgun - Really smooth, plenty of cajones.
    Everlast 250EXT - Sometimes it just takes a kick in the balls...
    Everlast 255EXT - Just started playing

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    Quote Originally Posted by redbeard View Post
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Size:  10.2 KB Don't do that! If she likes it, you may never hold the torch again.
    Or she might make him get a second bigger machine Or a MIG...
    Mike R.
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    FYI: PP50, PP80, IMIG-200, IMIG-250P, 210EXT and 255EXT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redbeard View Post
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    That is just too funny!

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    Update , pickup scan complete , scheduled for delivery by end of day next Tuesday , guess I need to take a two week vacation and invite Travis' oldlady over to try it on for size like Mark says , she may very well convince him to get her a bigger model hey Travis any follow up on delivery ?

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    mine says it will be here Monday on the frist vaction day and its my birthday too

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    Damn T , how did Oleg know to get it to you on your Birthday , awesome man happy birthday for Monday , have fun with it , hope you get breakfast in bed too!
    Have you got all your consumables and all the other bits so you can start messing with it as soon as Brown drops it at the door? Gotta have a little project to start with .

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    i think iam ready for stick and plasma don't have tungsten yet or argon gas but I think these tig welders should have at least a piece of tungsten so we can try it out soon lol my little project is a 1000 pound smoker I have a 7.5 ft long 3/8 in thick 24 inch pipe going to be a reverse flow smoker my plans are in my head will practice some on junk the start welding it

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    7.5' smoker holy smokes , all you have to do is cut off the antlers and the whole elk will go in . Just think when you off it , they can bury you in the smoker , no damn pine box for you .
    Go down to the local welding supplier , most will rent you a tank of argon and pick up some 2% lanthenated tungsten and some filler rods and you will be on your way .

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    Sounds like you could smoke a whole cow in that thing, dang.

    Things may have changed since a year+ ago, but at that time, they came with a small handful of cups and collets plus a fairly short piece of "tungsten" that wasn't the right color and is probably only suitable to test the machine with. Lots of people, myself included, prefer 2% lanth. for pretty much everything, so grab some when you get gas.
    Penncrest Buzzbox - Infinite amp control! Man the 70's were good.
    Everlast Powerplasma 60 - Reliable unit, cuts well.
    Everlast i-MIG 250P w/spoolgun - Really smooth, plenty of cajones.
    Everlast 250EXT - Sometimes it just takes a kick in the balls...
    Everlast 255EXT - Just started playing

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