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    Andy St is offline Stainless
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    Default FS Lincoln HI-FREQ TIG starter $275

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    I have a Lincoln HI-FREQ TIG arc starter that I would like to sell. I have used this over the years with buzz box type welder, and welder gen. for add on TIG. It is in good working condition. $275 or trades + shipping. The regulator / flow gage is included but will need repaired. I just sold the welder this was on and no longer need this. Also have a voltage seensing wire feeder that I might sell if your interested.
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    Andy

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    Steve Marquess is offline Aluminum
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy St View Post
    Hi



    I have a Lincoln HI-FREQ TIG arc starter that I would like to sell. I have used this over the years with buzz box type welder, and welder gen. for add on TIG. It is in good working condition. $275 or trades + shipping. The regulator / flow gage is included but will need repaired. I just sold the welder this was on and no longer need this. Also have a voltage seensing wire feeder that I might sell if your interested.
    Thanks
    Andy
    Hmmmm ... I'll trade you a brand new, never used SSC C810 foot pedal with 25' cable. That's a 3rd party replacement for the Miller RFCS-14.

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    Diamond Jim is offline Plastic
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    Does it include the Bypass Capacitor?

    Jim

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    Andy St is offline Stainless
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    Hi Steve M.
    I'm working on a deal for a foot pedal (miller 14 pin metal) right now. So I would rather trade for something else or have the money.

    Hi Jim
    The kit is T-12246 for this HF and I would think you could get them from Lincoln. I had at least two of these kits but they went with welders I sold. I have also seen them on ebay in the past.

    Andy

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    Wolf is offline Aluminum
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    Geez ya make me cringe seeing that stuff on a Powermatic saw top with no protection. I'm anal about protecting the finish on mine. By the way, you still have the high freq unit?

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    Andy St is offline Stainless
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    Hi Wolf
    Yes I still have it, let me know if your interested in it. Don't worry about that Powermatic saw it's OK but the bearing setup for the spindle is a joke.

    Andy

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    Andy St is offline Stainless
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    Thanks the interest this has been sold.
    Andy

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