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    Quote Originally Posted by undercut View Post
    Hey Cope, where do you order your MotoGuards from if you don't mind me asking? At some point I'll need to figure out how best to get dry air.
    eBay. I can't remember the dealer I used, but they are all pretty competitive.
    4T or not 4T, that is the question.

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    Thanks a bunch, I'll give them a look.
    Is it OK to want to break something just so that you can weld it back together?

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    Quote Originally Posted by undercut View Post
    Thanks a bunch, I'll give them a look.
    I ordered yesterday from Welding Supplies at IOC. I bought my MM210 from them several years ago. They are good people. IIRC, it didn't include a filter, but I have four spares. They have free s&h, and even factoring the filter in, they were the cheapest.
    4T or not 4T, that is the question.

    Miller Model 88 250 amp AC, Miller MM210, Hobart HH187, Longevity Force Cut 42i, Longevity Tigweld 200EX

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cope View Post
    I ordered yesterday from Welding Supplies at IOC. I bought my MM210 from them several years ago. They are good people. IIRC, it didn't include a filter, but I have four spares. They have free s&h, and even factoring the filter in, they were the cheapest.
    Sorry my mind doesn't work well this late but it is the only time I've got at the moment to catch up with forum goings-ons. What's IOC? The only thing that comes to mind when I see IOC is Lance Armstrong being stripped of his medal by them ....
    Is it OK to want to break something just so that you can weld it back together?

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    Quote Originally Posted by undercut View Post
    Sorry my mind doesn't work well this late but it is the only time I've got at the moment to catch up with forum goings-ons. What's IOC? The only thing that comes to mind when I see IOC is Lance Armstrong being stripped of his medal by them ....
    Google is your friend. BTW, IOC has been around since 1919.
    4T or not 4T, that is the question.

    Miller Model 88 250 amp AC, Miller MM210, Hobart HH187, Longevity Force Cut 42i, Longevity Tigweld 200EX

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    I've spent some money with IOC before. Top notch sales and service.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cope View Post
    Google is your friend. BTW, IOC has been around since 1919.
    Yeah I'm a bit embarrassed. I googled "IOC" but not "IOC welding". All sorts of Olympic stuff came up!
    Is it OK to want to break something just so that you can weld it back together?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cope View Post
    I ordered yesterday from Welding Supplies at IOC. I bought my MM210 from them several years ago. They are good people. IIRC, it didn't include a filter, but I have four spares. They have free s&h, and even factoring the filter in, they were the cheapest.
    Their eBay listing says no filter, but mine cvame in with one. They are at least $10 cheaper than the other dealers, and I got mine in three days.
    4T or not 4T, that is the question.

    Miller Model 88 250 amp AC, Miller MM210, Hobart HH187, Longevity Force Cut 42i, Longevity Tigweld 200EX

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    FedEx delivered the 42i this afternoon. I tried it out on 110/220. It works great, and the quality is apparent at first glance. I will let you know how it does once I really try it out. All I had time to do was make a cut on some 1/8" and 3/8" scrap I had laying around. The Force Cut 42i is a winner.
    Last edited by Cope; 01-25-2013 at 03:46 PM.
    4T or not 4T, that is the question.

    Miller Model 88 250 amp AC, Miller MM210, Hobart HH187, Longevity Force Cut 42i, Longevity Tigweld 200EX

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