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Frank....you just made me remember that when I got my Snap On (Systematics) YA-212A Mig Welder new, it had a TIG Conversion Kit Option.......I never bought it but it is still available 20+ years since I bought it....actually traded an 69 AMX for it!!
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Been real busy at work so I havnt looked up the tig setup for the mig . Can aluminum be done with this setup . Thanks for all the responses , Richard
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Still jammed at work but managed to do a couple cash jobs and save some more money so I finally pulled the trigger on a Lincoln squarewave 200 . Got it 3 weeks ago and still in the box . Anyone have any feedback on this machine . Was on the edge with the AHP but figured this would be better service wise ( bought at the local Airgas ) thanks again for all the help , Richard
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Originally posted by rnscustom rnscustom wrote:

Still jammed at work but managed to do a couple cash jobs and save some more money so I finally pulled the trigger on a Lincoln squarewave 200 . Got it 3 weeks ago and still in the box . Anyone have any feedback on this machine . Was on the edge with the AHP but figured this would be better service wise ( bought at the local Airgas ) thanks again for all the help , Richard


I believe you made the right choice. Service is going to be the easiest if needed. AHP, Everlast, Longevity are all in the same family. None of them know how to weld. Just business people. I have seen first hand how some of them operate as a business with returns on new equipment or service request. 

Now unbox it!
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