I have a Weld-pack 100 and it's adequate for my mga, but if I had it to do
over, I'd look for more amperage, and probaly spend more and get a 220 volt
machine. If you have a place in which to wire up a 220 circuit (not hard),
it'll probably be more serviceable over time.
Also, whatever you buy, I'd be sure to get a model that has no current to
the electrode unless the trigger is depressed.
Elliott DeGraff wrote:
> I've been looking at MIG welders so I can replace sills and floors in my
> 71B. Lowes has a Campbell Hausfeld MIG welder (model WG3000, 85 amps)
> with everything you need except the bottle of shielding gas for $289.
> The specs appear similar to the Lincoln Weld Pak 100. Has anyone had
> experience with this make or model MIG welder? Thanks for your advice.
> Elliott DeGraff
> 2 71Bs