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Old 2019-03-02, 11:38am
Kevin7191975 Kevin7191975 is offline
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I have decided to jump in full force, i have about 700 to work with for a 2 stage torch, started with a bobcat in December. I would love some input, i do not plan on making items bigger then a paragon f120 would hold.

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Old 2019-03-02, 1:50pm
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"about 700 to work with for a 2 stage torch"
Sounds like a used Bravo to me.
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Old 2019-03-04, 3:36pm
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I love my Nortel with 2 burners. Great setup. And I use 3 oxygen concentrators instead of tank gas for the smaller torch head. Best to you.
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Old 2019-03-05, 3:25pm
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Right, many more (relatively) economical options with an over/under design. Beth Stacks would be attractive to me because Bethlehem seems to design all their stuff to be compatible with concentrators (20 psi for the bigger ones). https://www.mountainglass.com/The-ST...rner-Bethlehem

Edit: I forgot about the GTT Scorpion, it's a true two-stage for less than $700. (The triple-mix models get all the love.) https://www.mountainglass.com/GTT-Scorpion-4-Stud-Torch

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