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Old 02-22-2013, 08:06 PM
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Hey guys I am the proud new owner of a Miller Dynasty 200 DX. I have been wanting one for a while now and the price was right for this one. I am trying to adapt it to my existing "all in one" welding cart that has my XMT and LN25 sitting side by side on it. In order for it to fit under my work bench I need to lower the cart so I can stack the LN25 on top of the DX. That is no problem but the taps on the front of the DX come straight out and make it about 6" too long to fit in the lowered notch portion of my cart.

I was thinking that it would all work if I had a set of 90* dinse adapters so that the cam locks would be positioned vertically rather than sticking straight out. Does such an animal exist?
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Hey guys I am the proud new owner of a Miller Dynasty 200 DX. I have been wanting one for a while now and the price was right for this one. I am trying to adapt it to my existing "all in one" welding cart that has my XMT and LN25 sitting side by side on it. In order for it to fit under my work bench I need to lower the cart so I can stack the LN25 on top of the DX. That is no problem but the taps on the front of the DX come straight out and make it about 6" too long to fit in the lowered notch portion of my cart.

I was thinking that it would all work if I had a set of 90* dinse adapters so that the cam locks would be positioned vertically rather than sticking straight out. Does such an animal exist?
Something like these splices??

http://www.olympustechnologies.co.uk...e-products.php

the Olympus Tech from the UK are the only ones that I have seen... not cheap at about $25 euro.. each

BTW... you are going to LOVE that Dynasty....

how about some pics???
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Something like these splices??

http://www.olympustechnologies.co.uk...e-products.php

the Olympus Tech from the UK are the only ones that I have seen... not cheap at about $25 euro.. each

BTW... you are going to LOVE that Dynasty....

how about some pics???
Dude, Is there anything you can not find... I am always amazed at how you find stuff..

I sometimes just about slap myself in the face at how ridiculous it is..

Absolutely amazing..

I concur you will love that Dynasty DX...

Barn owl, Have you used one before?
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Old 02-23-2013, 02:36 PM
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Dude, Is there anything you can not find... I am always amazed at how you find stuff..
Just lucky I guess....
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Just lucky I guess....
I doubt luck has anything to do with it..
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LOL... I agree.... Amazing resource acquisition
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I just hope it is what Barn Owl is "Actually" looking for...

and not just what I thought he wanted...
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No that is just what I was looking for. Amazing, I had looked for a couple of days using various different key words. thanks for the find. Surprised they make the double male adapter, that has potential disaster written all over it if installed on a machine, unless the state penn buys them for their electric chair.
Had a lab tech unwittingly attach a male plug to each end of a 22V extension cord one year. I had to have the "what the hell were you thinking" talk with him.

Yes I have used the DX before and imediately fell in love with the ability of the unit. But it was so out of my price range I just never felt I would ever get one, but when I saw this one I just knew it was the right time.
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Dude, Is there anything you can not find... I am always amazed at how you find stuff..

I sometimes just about slap myself in the face at how ridiculous it is..

Absolutely amazing..

I concur you will love that Dynasty DX...

Barn owl, Have you used one before?

I don't think you will find those small ones in the states. The larger dinze style are available though..

Try to find them is the trick.. That is a challenge by the way... Here is a hint....Esab...


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