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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-18-2004, 08:38 PM Thread Starter
 
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OT / Gasoline powered cutting torch

Has anyone ever seen a gasoline powered cutting torch?

Gas Powered Torch

Seems like a cool alternative to Oxy-acetylene, or a plasma cutter. No problems with running out of fuel.

Unfortunately they don't list prices on their site.
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Re: OT / Gasoline powered cutting torch

I've seen them used at some of the Nukes, pretty cool system but they are quite pricey....
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Re: OT / Gasoline powered cutting torch

Interesting.. So how much is "pricey" I would be interested in one once I get the rest of my shop tools.. Has anybody found out the cost??

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I emailed them with a request for more info. As soon as I get a reply, I will post it.

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I just got off the phone with them. The basic kit costs $995.00. The basic kit is shown on the web site.
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Re: OT / Gasoline powered cutting torch

$995? That seems like a lot of money for what the kit includes. I guess that is why they don't post the price on the internet


Torch (should be about $200-$250?)

Tank (looks like a BBQ tank - maybe $100?)

2 tips ($40)

20' fuel line ($20)

25' oxy line ($20)

Striker ($10)

Seems like this package should have a retail price around $500. For what I need, I would rather spend $1000 on a plasma cutter.

Thanks for checking that out. I guess I'll just toss the info when it arrives.
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Re: OT / Gasoline powered cutting torch

Like I said , "pricey" . I paid almost $500 for my acetylene setup just with the torch , lines and guages . I didn't want one that would have problems in a few years like the cheap ones most places sell , so I bought a Harris Steel worker . It is fully rebuildable and will handle straight steel up to 6" thick . This really is a matter of you get what you pay for here . That gasoline torch would pay for itself in a few years if you do much cutting ...
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