|Item Weight||61.6 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||12011|
Eastwood MIG Welder 110VAC 135 amp Output Welding
|Price:||$411.03 + $6.86 shipping|
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I ordered the Eastwood 135 directly from Eastwood which arrived dead. In looking around, I found some reviews and even some youtube repair videos on how to fix the Eastwood 135, I found that DOA is a common issue with cheap Eastwood MIG welders.
Shipping was a bit slow as Eastwood didn't have all the parts for the order and more than two months later, I am still sadly waiting on some parts.
So here's the story;
Most of the Eastwood stuff I purchased seemed cheap made and even the metal gauge had "gage" misspelled which should have been a clue. As soon as the necessary equipment finally arrived, I unpacked the Eastwood 135 from it's box. I already had the C25 gas blend, so was ready to go.
Assembly wasn't the nicest thing. The wire tensioner had fallen apart but was easily reassembled. The screw retaining the MIG gun was loose due to the oversized hold it was thread too, so I already knew cross threading was going to be a real possibility in the future and stripping would require rethreading the hole. I was thinking three year warranty is a definite must for this Chinese welder. The plastic wire spooler was flimsy but usable. The wire would not enter the gun, so I had to remove it to "help" it feed. I adjusted tension properly. The plastic cover was missing from one of the low quality gauges but popped it back on. It was loose, so it will definitely fall off again. Probably will require glue to stay on given the poor parts tolerances. I will add that I was an experienced welder some years ago including stick and TIG welding, so MIG welders and MIG welding are supposed to be no brainers in comparison and it is definitely not normal for parts to fall off a MIG welder.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For a hobby/home mechanic welder this thing kicks butt! ive used to for everything from fabricating to body work and more. just a little finicky on loading wire sometimesPublished 10 months ago by Ryan R.
Haven't had a chance to use that much, but it seems to be real fine. Much better than the $99 Harbor Freight one I borrowed from my son./Published 10 months ago by Susan F.
I replaced my Harbor Freight model with this one. Nice quiet smooth operation, couldn't beleve the differencePublished 13 months ago by Tim Robson