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[Canadian Tire] Lincoln Electric MIG Pak 180 Wire Feed Welder - $649.99

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[Canadian Tire] Lincoln Electric MIG Pak 180 Wire Feed Welder - $649.99

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https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/linc ... 88041.html

FEATURES

Lincoln Electric MIG Pak 180 Wire Feed Welder is 230V; 30-180A
Metal thickness: 24-gauge to 1/2"
Duty-cycle: 30% at 130A
Wire feed speed: 50-500 inches per minute
No hassle tool-less design for wire spool mounting, wire drive service and polarity changes
Includes welding gun and cable, ground clamp and cable, spare MIG and Flux core tips, MIG nozzle, Flux-core nozzle
Also includes spindle adapter for 8" spools of wire, single reversible drive roll, gas regulator and hose, sample spools of MIG and Flux core wire, instructional DVD and learn-to-weld guide
PM HD ($798.00):

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/lincol ... 1000521321

HD also offers a free Lincoln Helmet ($147.00 value) with the welder purchase:

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https://www.homedepot.ca/product/1000521284
PROMOTIONS APPLY
Buy the Lincoln Electric Weld-Pak 140HD Wire Feed Welder (1000521319) OR the Lincoln Electric Weld-Pak 180HD Wire Feed Welder (1000521321) and get the Lincoln Electric Autodarkening Helmet (1000521284) for free. While quantities last. Limited time only. Both items must be added to cart to qualify for this offer.
Note: This MIG 180 is 230 volt, so if you only have 110, get the MIG 140 when it next goes on sale ($699 right now).
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Sep 17, 2018
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Looks like a great starter unit. IMO you only want a 220v+ machine. Pretty low duty cycle but you could probably get a good weld on material up to 3/8 thick. 8" spool adapter is nice. Alot of additional cost in gas bottle rental and weld wire.
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HamMane wrote:
May 29th, 2019 11:22 am
Looks like a great starter unit. IMO you only want a 220v+ machine. Pretty low duty cycle but you could probably get a good weld on material up to 3/8 thick. 8" spool adapter is nice. Alot of additional cost in gas bottle rental and weld wire.
You could say that again...


Wait...you did.
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Are they the same model, Canadian tire is 180 while HomeDepot is 180HD?
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When it comes down to it, they're all the same machine but it seems like all the stores have different part numbers and looks to the machine. It might be a bit of stretch to get HD to PM when the model numbers dont match. Lowes was clearing out their Lincoln welders a few months back and I was able to pickup a 140 for $300 plus taxes. I also got their display for $75 without the whip (gun). As far as 220v vs. 110v, I've gotten by perfectly fine over the years with a smaller machine. I just recently upgraded to gas with bottles from TSC and that's a nice touch.
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paintballdude05 wrote:
May 29th, 2019 8:36 pm
When it comes down to it, they're all the same machine but it seems like all the stores have different part numbers and looks to the machine. It might be a bit of stretch to get HD to PM when the model numbers dont match. Lowes was clearing out their Lincoln welders a few months back and I was able to pickup a 140 for $300 plus taxes. I also got their display for $75 without the whip (gun). As far as 220v vs. 110v, I've gotten by perfectly fine over the years with a smaller machine. I just recently upgraded to gas with bottles from TSC and that's a nice touch.
Damn...$300 plus tax. That’s a steal. I’m always looking to upgrade from my CT unit. It welds decent, but more adjustability would be awesome.

I picked up a used bottle awhile ago and I’d never go back to flux. For people who are ever on the fence about spending the money, it’s a no brained once you’ve done it.

Very tempting....but I don’t think my wife would be happy to see a second welder at home that’s the same, just bigger and better.
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This deal is still on. I ended up getting the price and beat against the Canadian Tire deal. The helmet as a bonus.. And since I used my home depot card, and there was an issue doing the combined deal another 10% off. All in all I'm happy for the limited amount of welding I'm going to do. As for price matching just ask the MOD maybe you'll get lucky.

Good Luck
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paintballdude05 wrote:
May 29th, 2019 8:36 pm
When it comes down to it, they're all the same machine but it seems like all the stores have different part numbers and looks to the machine. It might be a bit of stretch to get HD to PM when the model numbers dont match. Lowes was clearing out their Lincoln welders a few months back and I was able to pickup a 140 for $300 plus taxes. I also got their display for $75 without the whip (gun). As far as 220v vs. 110v, I've gotten by perfectly fine over the years with a smaller machine. I just recently upgraded to gas with bottles from TSC and that's a nice touch.
I am still regretting not picking up the 140 when I saw it on clearance at lowes :(

If you ever want to sell it off please let me know :)
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keyser-soze wrote:
Jun 25th, 2019 7:07 pm
I am still regretting not picking up the 140 when I saw it on clearance at lowes :(

If you ever want to sell it off please let me know :)
Yep definitely hard to pass them up at that price. I ended up selling my old 110v Lincoln Mig after I got the new one up and running.

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