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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Feb 2012


    It all depends on, if you get a permit to do it, if you have enough service amperage to add 50amp, how far you are going to put outlet from the breaker panel, if you have enough Empty breaker spaces in your panel, and so on. Can be as little as $60.00.

  2. #12
    Join Date
    Sep 2005
    WY...armpit of U.S.A.


    Installing a 220/240 amp circuit isn't rocket science by any means. The cost will be price of the wire, conduit...if any, breaker and receptacle...if you choose not to hard wire it into the welder. Should you wish to go that route, post back and we'll walk you through it...please provide photos of your panel, the route of the wiring and whether you wish to go Romax, cable or single wiring in conduit.
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