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#1 posted 03-22-2013 02:34 PM

Great responses here – probably ‘cause it’s what I wanted to hear! The DC is only new to me and like I mentioned is a dedicated 220V. The unit is about a year old – the guy went out & upgraded to a cyclone unit. After speaking with the ‘big bear’ tech support people they did concur with Fred that the 14gauge wire is adequate for the 12A full load draw. The 10gauge 30A is the dryer side of things.

I appreciate the feedback about the switching between dryer & dc getting old after awhile, but isn’t it funny how in the beginning you figure it’s not going to be such a big deal?

In my lucky find, the guy included a 1 micron canister filter, alot of Oak 3/4in plywood used to construct a stand, a very nice set of swivel locking wheels, some reducers & tubing. After seeing his garage & set up, the guy spares no expense on his tools & equipment.


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