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#1 posted 08-25-2015 11:29 AM

I’d go with the first suggestion of the pigtail… Easy to do with a prewired range plug and a receptacle.


You have a 50A circuit, and right now, a 20A saw. The 50A circuit can handle anything you pick up in the future requiring up to 50A. Why hamstring it? You never know when you would like to connect a heater or A/C, welder, large compressor, welder, or some other power hungry tool.

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