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For a total of 1035w @ $14.94/kwh so im looking at $15.46 every hour the truck is plugged in...
no way your electric bill would be like $3000 a month...if your looking at your bill it in 14.94 cents a kwh which rounds out to being on an 8 hr day $1.26 around $450 a yr if you plug it in every night i really dont considerate a waste when i can go out and fire up my truck and leave with out having to wait for it to heat up:thumbsup
2006 Megacab 3500 Dually 4X4 5" turbo back / Edge Juice with CTS
2001 QC 3500 DUALLY SILVER
OILFIELD TRASH & PROUD OF IT
AFE STAGE 1 /4" TO 6" TURNOUT STACKS / HOLLEY BLACK / FUEL GAUGE / EDGE JUICE W/ATT / PHAT SHAFT 62
like i said above, im not concerned about it. For most of the winter it NEEDS to be powered up for that long to get up to temp, for the fall and spring when it only needs an hour or 2 ill either leave it go for 6hrs till i get up or turn it on first thing when i get up.
For $100 to plug it in all winter ill leave it plugged in!
Nobody else going to add up what it costs them?
2015 3500 laramie dually. 6.7, aisin, 4.10s, bone stock... (for now )
2014 forest river XLR 395amp, 42.5ft of truck killing, wind catching, toy and booze hauling, fun...
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