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  1. daniel rich
    10-01-2018 06:36 PM - permalink
    daniel rich
    hey 220\221
    just joined. i had a question. have a customer who is having generac coming out to install a back up generator. they sent me there transfer switch to install for them when i up grade the service. it is rated for out door but has no previsions for a hub on top of the box. can i use a Myers's hub with a bonding bushing to connect my mast coming in. where do i find it in the nec
  2. zontik
    06-14-2016 05:23 PM - permalink
    zontik
    Hi,

    I saw your Panel picture from one of the earlier threads, great work! i'm a bit of a perfectionist myself, located in NYC. Looking for a local electrician, perhaps you can refer me to someone in my neck of the woods? Looking for someone that does perfect work such as yourself and am hoping you guys might know each other same interests, etc..

    Some background, a just did my first job overseas in Moscow, Russia as a general contractor. Visited some russian electrical forums, got a legendary electrician to come out and help build my electrical panel there. Fell in love with perfect work.

    Looking to replicate what was made for me there, but here

    Let me know if you have any suggestions?

    As an alternative, they also offer this system where there are guys that assemble electrical panels remotely and then ship them out to you. They build a schematic etc depending on your needs. Do you know if there's anyone in the US that does something like this?
  3. Lion3l
    07-10-2013 03:30 AM - permalink
    Lion3l
    Hello,
    My name is Lionel Piva and I just joined today and I'm not quite sure how this works. Are you a member for all areas like Computers, Mechanics and so on. Or are you just a member for your topic?

    Thanks
  4. PorterElectric
    09-04-2012 07:34 PM - permalink
    PorterElectric
    hey my names dustin and ive been doing electrical for 4 years and i live in buckeye az. i drive bucket trucks and boom lifts and i was reading one of your post and it said your looking for a bucket driver cause your guy is retiring soon email me back
  5. paramedicsparky
    03-16-2012 01:02 AM - permalink
    paramedicsparky
    220/221 your truck organization is outstanding! My company is a small one; just myself, a helper, a pickup w/commercial cap and a 6 x 12 enclosed trailer. (new business, although I've been doing this a while). I have a couple of questions concerning your setup:
    How much does it cost to set something like that up?
    would you be willing to share any plans/diagrams? I would love to set my trailer up like that! Thank you!
  6. TheBrushMan007
    12-03-2010 11:45 PM - permalink
    TheBrushMan007
    Im more than willing to share and understand all about confidentiality. I will even start first.
  7. Mastertorturer
    12-16-2009 01:29 PM - permalink
    Mastertorturer
    Those service trucks you work out of are insane. Man am I joulous. The shelves in our shop are garbage heaps compared to that and the trucks are worse! Anyways. Hope you realise how lucky you are.

    Holy smokes it's locked down.

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    Phoenix, AZ

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