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Sven2389

10:00PM | 08/02/06
Member Since: 07/18/06
9 lifetime posts
I have a Sears 180 Amp. A.C. arc welder, model 113.207810, made July, 1972. When I moved to my current location, the leads disappeared. I have checked all 'known' parts sources (Sears old parts; Google, local welding suppliers, etc.)

SOooo ... now I'm looking for those sources not so well known that some of y'all have run across. Maybe you have such a welder, which now doesn't work, and want to sell your leads?! The cable is easy enough to find, it's the cable ends that are hollow and fit over copper output pins inside from the front of the welder that I need. They are designed to accomodate #4 cable soldered into on end and the other end is approx. 1/4" hollow by about 1" deep. These ends then have a hard fibre covering/insulater of about 2" in length


BV008943

06:50AM | 09/14/15
I just purchased one as well and am going to restore it parts have been discontinued we should probably exchange info so we can share what we do find. I purchased mine for $160 and it has a vary nice steady arc but im missing the B heat port will got to the welding supply house and see if i can grab it today.


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