I have used a hand trenching tool which is about 4?
wide, great if you don?t mind putting a little effort
into it, I have used it up to a depth of 18?. You can
find one in the usual places.
Date: Mon, 23 Jan 2006 21:35:23 EST
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] trench tool - what works?
To: BARBIEKENW@peoplepc.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Four inch black plastic corrugated tubing is available
at Home Depot
Lowes for about 20 or 30 cents/ft last time I checked.
It was available
and 100ft lengths.
This stuff has little slits cut into it all over to
Without these slits or some means to drain, water will
build up inside
there forever. This is not a good environment for any
of the coax or
cables we use!
The tool quiz answer is a shovel but most of us would
pay big $$$ to
In a message dated 1/23/2006 7:22:09 P.M. Central
I do not have a garden tractor.
I am thinking there must be some kind of a gardening
tool that can be
to put down an 8" deep
trench to run 3" PVC through.
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