No Clarke experience but have ordered several times from WD with no problems.
count shipping, you don't save a lot over a local shop...for me it was better
to the big city.
Some Sears stores have that Clarke welder on their shelf that you can
look at. It is also in their tool catalog.
Money is always tight but I would try to upgrade to 175amp welder
powered by 220V. It will be cheaper in long run as next upgrade will
not be needed right away.
220 is not an option for i only have 120 in my garage and i rent so paying a
pro to wire up my landlords place isnt something i want to do either.thant
for the tip about sears thou tomorrow i will go check it out .thanks again.
I have the 130EN Mig (gas/no gas). I'm new to welding but I really like
this unit. I've been practicing and it appears to work really well. You
can always upgrade to the gas for about $50 for the regulator. I did a lot
of research and I found it to be the best bang for the buck. But what do I
know, I'm a rookie. ;)
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