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Old 04-25-2019, 10:00 PM   #41
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I wonder if you got a lemon. I think I cut more strut than that to get to two bars and that's a lot harder than 1-1/4" conduit.
Not out here. Our risers are rigid.

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Old 04-25-2019, 10:42 PM   #42
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Not out here. Our risers are rigid.
Yes, I forgot to write rigid. All old services were rigid, I've never seen a resi service in EMT.
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They are good. I only have 1 because you pay a large premium for the best battery.
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Yes, I forgot to write rigid. All old services were rigid, I've never seen a resi service in EMT.
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Yes, I forgot to write rigid. All old services were rigid, I've never seen a resi service in EMT.
I was assuming pvc. I thought your risers could be done in PVC.

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I was assuming pvc. I thought your risers could be done in PVC.
Old services were mostly rigid, a few SE cable.

New services are mostly PVC and a few SE cable.

I have never seen EMT in resi. Only commercial.
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I'm sure it's been discussed here, but meter hubs aren't listed for anything but rigid. Of course, I just glue-softened a PVC TA this morning to screw into a meter hub, so....
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I'm sure it's been discussed here, but meter hubs aren't listed for anything but rigid. Of course, I just glue-softened a PVC TA this morning to screw into a meter hub, so....
Here in Canada we got these fancy PVC meter base hubs.

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