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Old 10-11-2010, 06:56:44 PM
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Default Howdy from Comanche, Texas

I found this outfit out of desperation after my old Miller 225 with an Onan engine started dying every time it idled down. Cleaned the plugs and changed the plugs per advice from the forums and it's working fine now.

I'm a retired farrier-blacksmith who dabbles in metal art and fabrication in order to keep from becoming a greeter at Wally World. I've got a 30' x 60' shop and the usual compliment of blacksmith/fabrication tools, including a Torchmate CNC table and a Hypertherm 1000 plasma cutter.

I'm sure glad I found y'all and your help has already proved invaluable. Unfortunately, about the only skill I have that may be unique to your collective experience is forge welding.

Thanks again for the help.

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Hey Stovepipe:

Welcome to Smokstak from the Redneck Riviera!@

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