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Re: Miller Trailblazer 55D

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Stick welding

05-28-2014 18:41:39

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That's a top of the line Miller. I had one and in 1985, a new one was $18,000 here. I bought an ex Henuset pipelines machine for $2750.00. It was a 1975 and I think one of the first TB 55D's. Miller did have earlier CC/CV portables though. They were made into the late 90's. I'd say it's worth about the same as a new air cooled the $5000 range. New injection pump and injectors at 1300 hours doesn't sound right though. It's a heavy duty welder. Do you have a wire feeder with it? Way too much machine if you're not going to run a wire feeder. (400 amp 100% duty cycle CC/CV)

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05-28-2014 20:04:36

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 Re: Miller Trailblazer 55D in reply to Stick welding, 05-28-2014 18:41:39  
No wire feeder.

PO (close friend of mine) loaned it to a friend who used contaminated fuel, hence the new pump and injectors.


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Stick welding

05-28-2014 21:54:19

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 Re: Miller Trailblazer 55D in reply to Dean, 05-28-2014 20:04:36  
Put gas in by mistake? Do you have the serial number? Easy to tell what year it is. H is 70's, J is 80's, K is 90's. Second letter is month. Mine was HF but early 75 with a Perkins engine. Later models used a Continental diesel. Puddles that used to post on here bought a TB 55D new in about 82 for around $10,000. Should have pictures in the archives on here.

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05-28-2014 23:13:18

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 Re: Miller Trailblazer 55D in reply to Stick welding, 05-28-2014 21:54:19  
No gasoline. Just dirt and maybe algae. It's fine now after rebuilding the injector pump and all injectors and changing the filter.

Serial number is KC224636. Its a Continental engine. I have both welder and engine manuals.


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