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    Default PowerARC 300

    Hey guys, I place an offer for the Everlast PA-300, and ten minutes latter I got a call, saying that my offer was accepted


    Now I need some rods,

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    Glad you got what you wanted.
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    Default Re: PowerARC 300

    what kind of rods do you recommend?

    something like this?
    http://www.homedepot.com/p/Lincoln-E...9#.UffaxKzCaCk

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    Default Re: PowerARC 300

    You'll probably pay through the nose at Home Depot. Check around for prices. You might not need 50 lbs. of rod. I'd get some 6010 and 7018.

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    Default Re: PowerARC 300

    My PA-200 loves ESAB's 10P-Plus 6010, and ESAB's Atom Arc 7018.


    Miller Dynasty 300.
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    Default Re: PowerARC 300

    Does all of the circuit beakers are the same? I mean, is there a specific breaker for a specific panel?

    What size of breaker does the PA-300 need for maximum performance?

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    Default Re: PowerARC 300

    The breaker has to match the brand of panel.ie: Square D, SquareD Homeline, Cutler Hammer, more. Look at your panel. The brand will be on there somewhere.

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    Default Re: PowerARC 300

    Quote Originally Posted by yomax4 View Post
    The breaker has to match the brand of panel.ie: Square D, SquareD Homeline, Cutler Hammer, more. Look at your panel. The brand will be on there somewhere.
    10-4

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    Default Re: PowerARC 300

    You need to download your manual from online located here: http://www.everlastgenerators.com/do...ST-160-200.pdf

    It gives you all the specifications you need and covers all the information about hook up connections etc.
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    Default Re: PowerARC 300

    Thanks Mark for the link, Can't wait for the welder to arrive. I need to wire the 50Amp outlet, get a plug and some rods.

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