Yes, I will always go at least one size bigger than what I think I need, from
now on. What looks big on the shelf will become small when in use.
--- On Sun, 11/2/08, Bill Ogden <email@example.com> wrote:
> of us painfully learn to use at least 3" conduit. A
> single coax looks very
> small in this size pipe, but it is certainly easier to feed
> new lines and
> pull old lines. Always leave a "messenger" cord
> in the conduit, with lots
> of slack on one end.
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