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Is that a tilt up?
 

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union347sparky said:
You have strut? You have fender washers? Problem solved.
The whole wall is strutted now. But when it's that bad it can still be a bear to put bigger pipes together, especially rigid
 

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No it's poured. Precast walls have the ability to be just as awful when it comes to joining panels
You mean it is poured standing up?
 

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Awg-Dawg said:
You mean it is poured standing up?
Yup. Forms built and pump truck pours it in. Just like a foundation wall, around here at least
 

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Yup. Forms built and pump truck pours it in. Just like a foundation wall, around here at least

That's horrible.

They would have been better off pouring the walls in a garbage bag.
 

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Get a strut bender already.

The idea here, like always, is you want to be the hero. Make her look good man. :)
 

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Why not set up and drop a plum-bob and string to figure out the hills and valleys in the wall.
You could set a piece of strut on the upper wall and correctly air-gap and easy pick out some spots?
 

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Your conduit shouldn't be too bad, cuz the strut isn't bowed to match the wall (by the looks of the pics)... With the strut being straight it will help.. The problem I'd be checking is your corners... If they are no 90, that could pose more of an issue, I'd think...
 

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drspec said:
get over it, its a ****ing tractor plant not like its a museum or anything
Who hurt you? I know my threads aren't about Milwaukee tools or home remodels but it's no reason to be a bully
 
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