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    1. #1
      Join Date
      Jan 2002
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      Lincoln Invertec V205-T AC/DC

      I 'm looking at TIG machines and my welding guy (Lincoln) says that the Invertec V205-T AC/DC with water cooling is the one fullfilling my requests.

      does anyone know if its a good machine or if its just one of those that you keep for a while only to discover later that you should have bought another better bigger machine?

      I'll probably not be in the market for a TIG before end of this year.

      thanks!
      Have Fun!
      André

      2009 Chrysler 300C Touring.
      3.0 liter V6 diesel, five speed auto, black with light grey leather.
      1968 Chevelle Coupe.
      355cid, Viper T56, Corvette C4 IRS (Dana 44) and Corvette C4 IFS with Porsche 6piston Brembo's.
      1980 Chevy Van (shortie G10).
      355cid, TH350, 8.5" 10bolt posi and Belltech spindles.
      2000 BMW 540i Wagon. (FOR SALE €7K)
      4.4 liter V8, six speed manual, lowered and with Bilstein B8's, silver with black leather.
      2001 Ford Focus Wagon.
      1.8 liter turbo diesel, and a whoppin 90HP.:bsjerk:
      1968 Benelli Motorella
      foldable 50c scooter to go in a car trunk.
      2x '90s Yamaha TZR 2stroke bikes.
      one 125cc one cylinder and one will be 350cc two cylinder.

    2. #2
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      I'm all for water cooling. I'll never go back to an air-cooled torch. As far as the actual machine, if it's a Lincoln, I'm sure it's a quality machine. You might want to look over the Miller website for their competing product and see if their machine jogs a question or two for your rep.

      jp
      John Parsons



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    3. #3
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      Aug 2004
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      www.htpweld.com has a similar unit and it gets good reviews. Their service also generally gets the nod.

      http://www.htpweld.com/products/tig_welders/tig201.html

    4. #4
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      thanks!
      Have Fun!
      André

      2009 Chrysler 300C Touring.
      3.0 liter V6 diesel, five speed auto, black with light grey leather.
      1968 Chevelle Coupe.
      355cid, Viper T56, Corvette C4 IRS (Dana 44) and Corvette C4 IFS with Porsche 6piston Brembo's.
      1980 Chevy Van (shortie G10).
      355cid, TH350, 8.5" 10bolt posi and Belltech spindles.
      2000 BMW 540i Wagon. (FOR SALE €7K)
      4.4 liter V8, six speed manual, lowered and with Bilstein B8's, silver with black leather.
      2001 Ford Focus Wagon.
      1.8 liter turbo diesel, and a whoppin 90HP.:bsjerk:
      1968 Benelli Motorella
      foldable 50c scooter to go in a car trunk.
      2x '90s Yamaha TZR 2stroke bikes.
      one 125cc one cylinder and one will be 350cc two cylinder.

    5. #5
      Join Date
      Jun 2006
      Location
      Torrington Ct
      Posts
      25
      Hey Tigergutt, the Lincoln works good .Miller has had their inverter out a lot longer .I have a Miller Dynasty 300 , I love it . Keep in mind the warrenty . Inverters can get pricey to fix .How often do you use the machine and for what ? I only ask because it's alot of money to spend if you don't need to .

    6. #6
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      Mar 2006
      Location
      st peters ,missouri
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      Get it. You will love it. I found a lincoln invertec v250 s brand new still in the box in the newspaper for $500. I had to get a pedal and torch and regulator but i still don,t have a grand in it! It came with 3 large cans of arc rods and xtra 20 ft cables to.


    7. #7
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      Jan 2002
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      I dont have a tig so I dont use it right now
      I'll have to get one and learn to use it... I just hate having to source out stuff as it eats up valuable time.
      I checked out the miller one as well and it looks very nice, the reason for considering the lincoln is due to the fact that its what aviable here in Italy
      Have Fun!
      André

      2009 Chrysler 300C Touring.
      3.0 liter V6 diesel, five speed auto, black with light grey leather.
      1968 Chevelle Coupe.
      355cid, Viper T56, Corvette C4 IRS (Dana 44) and Corvette C4 IFS with Porsche 6piston Brembo's.
      1980 Chevy Van (shortie G10).
      355cid, TH350, 8.5" 10bolt posi and Belltech spindles.
      2000 BMW 540i Wagon. (FOR SALE €7K)
      4.4 liter V8, six speed manual, lowered and with Bilstein B8's, silver with black leather.
      2001 Ford Focus Wagon.
      1.8 liter turbo diesel, and a whoppin 90HP.:bsjerk:
      1968 Benelli Motorella
      foldable 50c scooter to go in a car trunk.
      2x '90s Yamaha TZR 2stroke bikes.
      one 125cc one cylinder and one will be 350cc two cylinder.