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    Default Diversion 165 and 50 amp service

    Hey folks,
    I'm current in transition of living quarters and need a garage for tools and storage. I also want to be able to set up a small shop. I have found a local storage facility. (Anchor Storage) that offers a unit that is 15'x45' with 50 Amp service.

    Is this enough to power my Diversion 165?

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    Yes, that will be fine for the 165
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    30 Amp, 240 Volt is plenty. When they say "50 A service", I hope that's not two 15A and one 20A at 120V.

    Do they actually allow welding?

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    It was as advertised.

    It is a 15x45 Storage unit with two different connector for the 220. I was impressed. I think I will probably get the unit for a couple of months.

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    Whoops, you have a double post and I responded in the other thread. You're good.
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