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Flat Twin Welding Generator Family Tree


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Default Flat Twin Welding Generator Family Tree

There were once quite a few flat-twin-engine welding generators, not
to mention electric light plants, that are outwardly very similar. Does
anybody know to what extent they share a common ancestor, and what
that ancestor might be?

The most obvious examples are Miller Legend and Lincoln Ranger, but
a few other brands surface from time to time; Hobart, Airco and probably
others. Onan and Kohler both made lighting plants in the same pattern.

Any insights appreciated, thanks for reading!

bob prohaska
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