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Welder Ac/dc 225/125 Stick 220 V Single Phase 40-225 Ac/30-125 Dc Amp *descrip** on 2040-parts.com

US $599.99
Location:

Albertville, Alabama, US

Albertville, Alabama, US
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As you can see the box is a little rough. It is new but it's dented on the very bottom which you can see in the photo. You will receive everything you see in the photos. Nothing more and nothing less. Thanks

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