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Old 08-19-2013, 11:49 PM   #41
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how about a piece of 5/8 strut and a strut clip
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Old 08-20-2013, 03:19 AM   #42
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This thread has brightened my day up. How in the world can anyone read one of Cletus's threads like this and not (at the very least) crack a smile?

I think what makes them so funny is how bad it pisses off all the tight-wads.
Any joke gets old when over done and with Cletis that point was passed long ago.
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I went by an old job of mine. Inspector said we needed a support so i did this. Was this ok? He passed. Less then 12" from fitting to lb

Why not use a PVC conduit strap?
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I actually liked the idea of using a short piece of EMT as a spacer. Would look pretty good.
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Any joke gets old when over done and with Cletis that point was passed long ago.
Hack electrical work jokes never get old. Their timeless
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