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say good bye to the old nordic1
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I always loved that blue beast of a machine.
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(07-17-2013, 12:19 PM)Andy Mc Wrote: I always loved that blue beast of a machine.

it worked great for 1117 hours

it was the pia factor with the 220 for domestic use you will find yourself tied to a gen set

in theory it could also work with two 110's when conditions were perfect as we know it's not a perfect world.
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So are you just tearing it apart? Or do you plan on rebuilding it?

When it was 220v, what size generator would you have to have to run it?

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(07-17-2013, 08:32 PM)Lefty724 Wrote: So are you just tearing it apart? Or do you plan on rebuilding it?

When it was 220v, what size generator would you have to have to run it?

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No I am using the frame and some common parts off it and making it a techno viking

all it needed was a 6250 5000 continuous with ease it only drew around 10 to 11 amps per leg.

I always make machines with amps to spare as you are finding out.

they last longer and run cooler that way

hey don't tell myteeee this. hahahaha
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Cool Terry. Since buying my generator, I only run cords when it's easy. Most of the time, I just fire up the generator and go for it.

It's kinda nice being fully self contained for a change...

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