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    JM Browning ask me to post these. I needed a cord to access the jeep outside the garage and down the driveway a bit. The cord is 30" long and runs my miller 210 with out issue.

    Here is a shot of the plug ends. Female end $45 bucks from local electric supply. Male end which fits my optional dryer outlet around $20 bucks {different configerations on each end}. Line was about a buck a foot. Close to $100 bucks for this extension cord.

    Female end fits welder {about $45 bucks} cord was a buck a foot. Cant rememeber cord size.
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  • #2
    Thanks Chris! That was really helpful. I think I may forgo the whole 110v welder and go 230/240v after all.
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    • #3
      That cord is 4 conductor, #8 - perfect for your 30" application

      I have one that's about 60' long (all the cable that was on the spool), 4/c #6.
      Jeff
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      • #4
        That looks kinda like mine, only longer, and I used twist lock ends (L6-30's), and I think I only used 10/3 SOOW. OK, so it doesn't look like mine....other than it is a black extension cord.

        Oh, but the welder looks JUST like mine!
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        Price is soon forgotton, quality is not.

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        • #5
          The cord is 30" long and runs my miller 210 with out issue.
          wow!! my vaccum cleaner cord is longer than that! (sorry couldn't resist)
          looks great chris, thanks for sharing your pics.
          Last edited by sarah; 04-09-04, 08:00 AM.
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          • #6
            But does your vacuum draw 40A@220V??
            Jeff
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            • #7
              I can only wish!! hahah
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Old Fart
                But does your vacuum draw 40A@220V??
                i think my grandparents have an old vacuum that does


                well, almost.... i know it has a bad habit of eating area rugs whole

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                • #9
                  Bwahahahaha

                  Actually, all the vacuums in the UK run on 220V - it's their utilization voltage. Their "220" is 347 or 440V, depending.
                  Jeff
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