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    As hard as I tried all over this site, i cant find the dimensions of the PowerArc 140ST anywhere. Can anyone advise the length, width, height?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe from NY View Post
    As hard as I tried all over this site, i cant find the dimensions of the PowerArc 140ST anywhere. Can anyone advise the length, width, height?
    Thanks.
    Power ARC 140 = 9.5"H x 5.125"W x 11.625"D

    There is a thread here with dimensions.

    http://www.everlastgenerators.com/fo...344-Dimensions

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    I found it odd that the 140ST and the 160 STH are so different in size! Most of the other machines that are similar in features and share the same series name use the same (or very close) size case. I'd love it if my 160STH was the size of the 140ST!
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    Quote Originally Posted by youngnstudly View Post
    I found it odd that the 140ST and the 160 STH are so different in size! Most of the other machines that are similar in features and share the same series name use the same (or very close) size case. I'd love it if my 160STH was the size of the 140ST!
    Not that much different, considering they tucked in a gas solenoid, HF module, and a little more umph. Probably more to make room on the front panel for the extra jacks and controls. 2.5" taller and just over an inch wider, with about the same length. With the gas and pedal connectors it's still pretty full.
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    The 140st is jam packed in there! Not a whole lot of room left and I'm glad they made it as compact as possible.

    The size difference between the 140st and 160sth isn't much but can make the decision between the two that much more difficult for those looking for a good, reliable and ultra portable welder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr120 View Post
    The 140st is jam packed in there! Not a whole lot of room left and I'm glad they made it as compact as possible.
    Yup, but I think I can squeeze in one more little upgrade that I've been thinking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rambozo View Post
    Yup, but I think I can squeeze in one more little upgrade that I've been thinking about.

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    You are such a tease! Clearly a modification within the case could void the warranty but you have my curiosity piqued now. What kind of modification, pray tell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rambozo View Post
    Not that much different, considering they tucked in a gas solenoid, HF module, and a little more umph. Probably more to make room on the front panel for the extra jacks and controls. 2.5" taller and just over an inch wider, with about the same length. With the gas and pedal connectors it's still pretty full.
    I guess I should have chosen better wording. I didn't mean to say that the case sizes are all that much different, I just thought it would have been more economical for Everlast to use the larger 160STH case with the smaller (less equipped) 140ST, instead of creating another (odd sized) case just for that welder. I DID mean it when I said I wished my 160STH was the smaller dimension though! Sometimes an inch makes all the difference...or so I'm told...
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