Eastwood 135 Mig Welder vs the Eastwood 135A Mig Welder

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Eastwood 135 Mig Welder vs the Eastwood 135A Mig Welder

Postby undertakerman » Wed Nov 05, 2014 11:48 am

I'm looking at buy another welder. I use to have a Harbor Freight wire welder and that was a mistake. I have been looking at the Eastwood 135 Mig and the 135A Mig welders. I have looked at the Hobart, Miller, Lincoln and Smart Tools Mig welders. The Eastwood 135 and 135A seem to be the ones that stand out of the 5 that I have looked at. I have also looked at Youtube videos on each one except couldn't find any on the Eastwood 135 or 135A. However Eastwood have videos on the operation of the 135 and I was very impressed. I would to know if anyone has or has used a Eastwood 135 or 135A Mig welder. I would love to read your comments on this matter before I make my purchase. :? :? :?
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Re: Eastwood 135 Mig Welder vs the Eastwood 135A Mig Welder

Postby IN2FORD » Fri Nov 14, 2014 11:44 pm

I purchased a 135 mig about a month ago after researching for a while. I am a newbie at welding but the thing that sold me on them is the variable temp and speed. From the little I have used it, so far its great.

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Re: Eastwood 135 Mig Welder vs the Eastwood 135A Mig Welder

Postby undertakerman » Sat Nov 15, 2014 10:16 am

Hi Barry. Thanks for your input. :wel: I feel the same way as you about the variable temp and speed. :thup: To me the cost is a factor as well. :thup: Are you using the regular 135 or the 135A(gas)? :?
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