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Powerful and Portable Mig Welder like you've never seen before

The Ready Welder II is a Completely Portable Mig welding system with 30 to 250 amp capacity at 12 to 48 volts. With capabilities to weld steel and stainless steel up to 3/4" thick and aluminum up to 3/4" thick. The Ready Welder II will provide you with the power, performance and portability like no other portable MIG welding system.

For myself the Readywelder provides base or mobile quality welding capabilities when ever I need them. This means no worrying about being stranded out in the middle of know where because of breakage. The Ready Welder II wont just provide you with a temporary trail fix but in some cases the Ready Welder II has been known to provide a permanent Trail fix because of its quality welding. The Ready Welder II can also be used at home for custom fabrication such as custom roll cage building. This welder shouldn't be mistaken for just a Mobile welding system but a home unit as well. The quality of the welds provided by the Ready Welder are as perfect as those you would obtain from using a traditional home unit. The Ready Welder II has an optional gasless welding, or gas welding option as well. For more information about the portable C02 tanks go to 


Readywelder II Kit


The Ready Welder II system can be powered in several different ways. One way is to use 1, 2, 3, or 4 12 volt deep cycle batteries depending on the material being welded. For example one 12 volt battery works great when sheet metal welding is needed. For thicker steel such as 1/4" angle iron, The Ready Welder II recommends two 12 volt deep cycle battery's. The Ready Welder II can also be used with most traditional welders (40 VD.C. or less). For my application I chose to run two 12 volt batteries joined together equaling 24 volts output which allows the Ready Welder to weld up 1/2" steel with a 200 amp draw. If I were to ad an additional battery for a total of three 12 volt batteries combined voltage equaling 36 volts would allow me to weld up to 3/4" steel or aluminum at 270 amps drawn. For those of you who already have an Under hood welding unit such as the Premier Power Welder, you too can use the Ready Welder II in sequence with your Power Welder. The Ready Welder II can be combined with your already existing Premier Power Welder for the ultimate in current control welding. Combining the Power welder and Ready Welder II allows you to weld either MIG, TIG, or ARC style welding of your choice. With these types of capabilities you complete all you welding needs....ever!

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EXAMPLE: (Rocker Panels)

For my first test we welded some custom built rocker panels on my friends Rock Crawler XJ (Cherokee). The construction of the Rocker panels is a combination of 1/8" and 1/4" Steel. Below are some pictures of some fresh welds performed with the Ready welder II. These are the 1/8" steel rocker panels. Notice the clean smooth welds.


** UPDATE: 1-10-04 We've been using this welder for well over 3 years now with no problems at all. It works perfect every time. Excellent product!!

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Premier Power Welder
P.O box 639 cadondeal colorado, 81623
1-800-541-1817 Tech
fax: 970-963-8875

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