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Horsedoc

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Posted: 06/25/20 09:41am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Trying to make sure my Brake Buddy works like it is supposed to is my PIA

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NRALIFR wrote:



I prefer making sawdust to either one, though.

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AMEN to that!!


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Of all the trades i like electrical the most. Usually lightweight. More about thinking and testing. Dont get very dirty.

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wopachop wrote:

Of all the trades i like electrical the most. Usually lightweight. More about thinking and testing. Don't get very dirty.


That maybe true for a maintance electrican, but you ought to try industrial/commercial construction.

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True that i never did industrial. Worked as a commercial electrician about 20 years ago. Bending small emt. I know what you mean though about the bigger stuff. I would go into places like home depot and trip out on the large conduit.

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MEXICOWANDERER wrote:

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You missed a few [emoticon]

Not sure how many amps a penny can handle, but probably more than 15.

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Uh......nine more amps than a penny? What’s the foreign currency exchange rate?

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