By big g from tx on November 11, 2012
is only difference between 275 and 325 ampers and price ,when would you need that extra amperage
By Customer Service on November 13, 2012
Answer:The maximum output is the basic difference between the Miller Trailblazer 325 EFI Welder 907512 and the Trailblazer 275..This addtional output will allow you to carbon arc gouge with a larger 1/4" carbon verses the 3/16" carbon on the 275 and it is capable of running up to a 5/64" mig wire while the 275 can only go as large as 1/16"..Also the 275 is available with a gasolene engine or LPG engine.. The 325 is available only with a gasolene
By mtnmover from windsor, mo. on March 5, 2013
how is the 325 shipped and who takes it off the truck
By Customer Service on March 5, 2013
Answer:The Miller Trailblazer 325 EFI Welder 907512 is shipped common carrier.. We can request a truck with a lift gate however it is the purchasers responsiblity to get the machine of the gate and to the ground
By matt goodwin from new haven,CT. on November 28, 2013
im about to order this welder with efi/excel, and im wondering how exactly does the jumpstart option work? does it come with leads to hook up to a battery? does it have a system that you cam charge a battery and weld and etc?
also where exactly do you hook up whatever you would run out to a dead machine to jumpstart it ? there seems to be now information on the jumpstart system.
By Customer Service on December 3, 2013
Answer:The Miller Trailblazer 325 EFI Welder 907512 with the battery charger option has a receptacle on the front panel of the machine.. This receptacle is unique and requires the purchase of the Miller 25-foot Battery Charge/ Jump cables with plug #300422. The Charger controls consist of an On / Off switch and a switch to set the charge on 12 volt or 24 volt. You cannot weld and charge at the same time
By mario from mass. on March 7, 2013
does this machine have a 230 volt single phase receptical? three prong?
By Customer Service on March 8, 2013
Answer:Miller Trailblazer 325 EFI Welder 907512 has a 230v 3 prong outlet plus the ground. Here is a link to a picture:
By mario from mass. on March 8, 2013
hi my name is mario. im was interested in this machine and wondering if i could tig weld alum. with ac currant with the addition of the dynasty package. i understand the trailblazer only has dc output on the welding side but would the dynasty change it over to ac? thanks so much
By Customer Service on March 8, 2013
Answer:With the addition of the Dynasty 200dx package you would be able to weld aluminum . You would simply plug the Dynasty into the Miller Trailblazer 325 EFI Welder 907512 auxillary power outlets and the trailblazer would be used as a generator.
By Jose from Waco, Tx on June 27, 2014
What is everything that one needs to be able to tig weld with the trailblazer 325? also does the welder have a gas port or something for the argon? or how does the argon get to the tig torch?
By Customer Service on June 27, 2014
Answer:The Miller Trailblazer 325 EFI Welder 907512 produces only DC weld output current..Because of this it cannot tig weld aluminum.. With the DC weld current you can weld steel and stainless etc.. You can use a scratch start , lift arc start, or with the addition of the Miller HF-251D-1 High Frequency Arc Starter & Stabilizer 042388 you can have a high frequency start..There is no built is gas port for the shielding gas. You will need a Tig Torch with a built in valve for gas shut off and control.You may also need a either a Miller RCC-14 Remote Fingertip Control 151086,Miller RCCS-14 Remote Fingertip Control 043688, or a Miller RFCS-14 HD Foot Control 194744 in order to have maximum control of the weld process.. If you need to tig weld aluminum with the Trailblazer you will need to purchase a dedicated tig welder such as the Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907627 or the Dynasty 200 DX Air-Cooled Package (Fingertip Control) 951175 and then plug them into the auxiliary power receptacles of the Trailblazer and then use it as a generator..We suggest that if you have more questions about tig welding with a trailblazer (and you will ) that you call us at 800-248-9353
By Dan from Salt Lake City, utH on March 12, 2014
I am ordering a trailblazer and want to add a suitcase feeder for mig probably the 12vs. If I want to mig aluminum, could I use a push pull gun or do I have to use a spool gun.
By Customer Service on March 18, 2014
Answer:You can use a 12VS or a 12RC with the Miller Trailblazer 325 EFI Welder 907512.. If you want to mig weld aluminum you can use the 30A or 15A spoolgun along with a WC 24 control.. You can run a push pull gun off of the Trailblazer however you would need an XR control wire feeder and the push pull gun
By Brian Piercy from Santa Rosa California on March 14, 2014
Does Miller market a Multi-Process welder to allow MIG and TIG usable with the 325's voltage sensing, or will buying Suitcase AND Dynasty separately be required?
By Jack Damonte from enfield conn. 06082 on November 22, 2012
hi looking at thi 325efi with 12,000 watt gen also would like the jump start option, and what is th ac amp range?
By Customer Service on November 26, 2012
Answer:The Miller Trailblazer 325 EFI Welder 907512 has 12,000 watts peak and 10,500 watts aux power.This machine no longer has AC weld output available and there is no jump start/ battery charger option .. If you need AC weld output and jump start capability you might consider the Miller Trailblazer 302 Air Pak Welder 907549001
By Blake from OH on March 16, 2013
i want the exel power for the trailblazer 325 how do i choose that option and do you have one
By Customer Service on March 18, 2013
Answer:Here is a link to the Miller Trailblazer 325 EFI Welder 907512 with Excel power just click on the drop down box. The machines are currently in stock.
By Brian Piercy from Santa Rosa California on March 20, 2014
What multiprocess welders does miller offer that will work with the Trail Blazer functionality like the 325 which I seek? Do I really need to buy a separate TIG and MIG machine to benefit from this functionality? I would be interested in a single unit that offered TIG MIG and wire feeder all in one (like the Miller 200) that used the power and features of the 325, and not merely the generator power.
By Customer Service on March 20, 2014
Answer:Miller does not offer a multiprocess machine( stick,tig,mig) that will run off of the Miller Trailblazer 325 EFI Welder 907512 weld power.. If you want to do mig you have the choice of a 12vs or 12rc suitcase type feeder .You can do DC tig welding by simply adding a tig torch and a footpedal or remote hand control.. If you want to do AC tig welding you will need to purchase a separate Tig machine that can be plugged into the Trailblazers AC power receptacles.Of course for stick you will need ground and electrode holder cables
By Tim from Morehead, Kentucky on September 29, 2013
Can I get a remote for the Trailblazer 325 EFI to turn the heat up and down without going to the machine?
By Customer Service on October 8, 2013
Answer:If you want remote amperage control with the Miller Trailblazer 325 EFI Welder 907512 you can use the Miller RHC-14 Hand Control #242211020 ($243.90).Here is the link
By Bob Mills from beaconfalls, CT on November 1, 2012
Does the 325 have "Hot Start?"
By Gary from Enid, OK on June 13, 2013
Can I get this EFI welder with excel, GFCI, and an electric fuel pump installed?
By Customer Service on June 13, 2013
Answer:You can get a Miller Trailblazer 325 EFI Welder with Excel Power ,and GFIC.. The code # is 907512003 it is a special order unit and the cost would be $5731.00.. Miller does not advise getting the electric fuel pump with the EFI
By anthony m from new jersey on August 22, 2012
need weight for miller trailblazer 302 ?
By Customer Service on August 23, 2012
Answer:The Miller Trailblazer 302 EFI Welder 907452 weighs 568 lb for gas/lp models and 720 lb for diesel.