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Old 04-19-2012, 08:21 PM   #41
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thanks. I'm really not even sure what this thing is. It's more like a square wireway. No port, inserts, openings,etc...I'll take close ups tonight on job. Tonight it's GET R DONE !!!
Bet it is made by 'Boston Retail'

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Old 04-19-2012, 10:54 PM   #42
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You should not zip tie data cable to conduits but it is done every day...
i pull the cat 6 REALLY TIGHT, and then support the emt off the cable
with tie wraps... you have a problem with that?
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Ok. Live action shots. Luckily there were already spare circuits. Grounds up always. I didnt wrap
The stranded like that either
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Ok. Live action shots. Luckily there were already spare circuits. Grounds up always. I didnt wrap
The stranded like that either
Thanks for the pics.
And I see it was a power pole.
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Looks pretty good (:
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