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M882 generator conversion to welder?

McGuyver

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Hello all,

I was speaking to a guy on Saturday that suggested that he had seen the 24 volt generator from the M882 radio truck converted to be used as an onboard welder. Anybody here know if this is true? I have a chance to get all this generator set parts for $10.00 from this guy. Thanks. <img src="emoticons/icon_smile_thumzup.gif" alt="Thumb Up">
 

McGuyver

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Oh, I plan to. I'll be driving down there tomorrow night to pull the parts off of the truck. <img src="emoticons/icon_smile_thumzup.gif" alt="Thumb Up">
 

McGuyver

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Well I spent a little time tonight getting the generator set. I got everything but the power outlet. $10.00 for everything. Now to find a use for it all ... <img src="emoticons/icon_smile_approve.gif" alt="Approve">
 

Recovry4x4

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Dang, quite the bargain! I'd love to find that setup for my Dodge. thats one more source of 28 volts for slaving other yard ornaments!
 
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