yeah i guess i can just make the wiriring, i kinda wanted a lil 2 foot jammie already made? im not sure if they make em? unless its like $100 i can just buy the 2 ends nad I have 300' of 220v wiring.
also i wouldnt buy a 110 welder EVER
110 welder = fruit roll up
When you use a 220v mig you realize how true that statement is. The heat and penetration control is amazing. 110v mig is good for hobby stuff, but when you start glueing thick stuff, 220v is so nice and consistent. But 110v welders,especially that millermatic will defiantly get the job done for most car guy stuff.
I can't tell if earl is asking or carbum.
I have just started to get into 110v/220v wiring for these airstreams I'm renovating. But i have the luxury that i start from scratch and make it how i need it, not bandaid something. There was some talk that if you needed a low amperage 220v circuit you could bridge two 110v but it would have to be done in the fusebox. Or I swore I read you could use the neutral wire as the opposite opposing wave 110v and get 220v but it's not ideal. Go read up on home wiring, and if your scared in anyway. Don't touch it, get a professional. This ain't no 12v shock, 110v and especially 220v can cause serious damage to you squishy parts