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HARRY304E said:
Residential Electrical Service Truck. Anyone have a good list?:)
14/2. 12/2. 14/3. 12/3. Staples 18/2&16/2 little bit of cat5E or cat6( useless unless they have whole house) Metallic romex connectors. Grey pop in connectors. Black button (low profile) connectors Single gang old work (metallics and plastics) double gang old work plastics. MAD bars Fan boxes 15/20a switches DUPLEX/DECORA style white, light almond, and ivory. 15/20aT.R (tamper resistant) Receptacles DUPLEX/DECORA styleswhite light almond, and ivory. 15/20a GFCI small bucket of plaster. Silicone. Caulking. 25'&50' snake electrical tape, 1/2" emt &associated fittings, 1/2 schedule 80 PVC &associated fittings, PVC Cleaner PVC Glue

Outdoor:
Emt compression fittings.......Single gang W.P. Box........Double gang W.P. Box.....4" round W.P. Box......Duct Seal......W.P. GFCI Plate.......W.R. GFCI ( weather resistant GFCI's are made with a stainless steel yoke as opposed to steel, as well as the terminal screws, and 6/32 device mounting screws) YES it does matter even if you have an outdoor plate, use a W.R. GFCI.

BOILERS:
3/8" or 1/2" flex for circulator whips.......14awg THHN......Marking tape.....S1 Toggle switch.....Red spray paint.....

Condenser:
30/40/50/60a non-fusible/fusible nema 3r disconnect.....bell wire.....capacitor's.....

Maybe some cheap door bell push buttons, almost every other house I go to I make sure to ring their bell usually it doesn't work just because of an old button, I change it in 5 seconds for free, it makes their day and they spread good word of mouth. Simple, smart and effective.

Hope this helps
 

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13 blue Carlon nail-on boxes.
17' of 14/2 UF.
8' SCR cable.
Handful of steel staples.
2 GE breakers from 1960.
25 lbs. of drywall screws.
1 1gang bell box w/1" KOs.
3 Used 1900 boxes with at least 11 KOs removed in each.
Half a pair of F-straps.
1 4" Siemens meter hub.
40' purple THHN AWG 10.
1 fixture whip (missing connectors)
1 3-wire range receptacle.
1 Box of roofing nails (1½")
2½"-1" reducing washer.
500 ¾" chase nipples.
1 5-lamp T12 ballast.
1 roll yellow electrical tape (gooey from being left in sun)
1 JJR clamp, w/o any screws.
1 burned-up Leviton GFCI from 1985.
2 NM clamps, both missing screws, one missing locknut.
4 sticks of EMT, all less than 36".
1 1½" rigid coupler.
1 bell end cut from 2½ PVC.
3 brown Decora 4-way switches.
1 4-11/16" raised cover for single toggle switch.
1 gem box missing side plates.
 

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13 blue Carlon nail-on boxes.
17' of 14/2 UF.
8' SCR cable.
Handful of steel staples.
2 GE breakers from 1960.
25 lbs. of drywall screws.
1 1gang bell box w/1" KOs.
3 Used 1900 boxes with at least 11 KOs removed in each.
Half a pair of F-straps.
1 4" Siemens meter hub.
40' purple THHN AWG 10.
1 fixture whip (missing connectors)
1 3-wire range receptacle.
1 Box of roofing nails (1½")
2½"-1" reducing washer.
500 ¾" chase nipples.
1 5-lamp T12 ballast.
1 roll yellow electrical tape (gooey from being left in sun)
1 JJR clamp, w/o any screws.
1 burned-up Leviton GFCI from 1985.
2 NM clamps, both missing screws, one missing locknut.
4 sticks of EMT, all less than 36".
1 1½" rigid coupler.
1 bell end cut from 2½ PVC.
3 brown Decora 4-way switches.
1 4-11/16" raised cover for single toggle switch.
1 gem box missing side plates.
wow, you carry twice as much chit as i do!:laughing:
 

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480sparky said:
13 blue Carlon nail-on boxes. 17' of 14/2 UF. 8' SCR cable. Handful of steel staples. 2 GE breakers from 1960. 25 lbs. of drywall screws. 1 1gang bell box w/1" KOs. 3 Used 1900 boxes with at least 11 KOs removed in each. Half a pair of F-straps. 1 4" Siemens meter hub. 40' purple THHN AWG 10. 1 fixture whip (missing connectors) 1 3-wire range receptacle. 1 Box of roofing nails (1½") 2½"-1" reducing washer. 500 ¾" chase nipples. 1 5-lamp T12 ballast. 1 roll yellow electrical tape (gooey from being left in sun) 1 JJR clamp, w/o any screws. 1 burned-up Leviton GFCI from 1985. 2 NM clamps, both missing screws, one missing locknut. 4 sticks of EMT, all less than 36". 1 1½" rigid coupler. 1 bell end cut from 2½ PVC. 3 brown Decora 4-way switches. 1 4-11/16" raised cover for single toggle switch. 1 gem box missing side plates.
That's awesome. I don't know what the hell your doing with a 4" Siemens meter hub, and a burned up leviton gfi from 1985, but I love it. Emt less than 36"" aha ah that's epic.
 
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