[TowerTalk] going under a drive way
noddy1211 at sbcglobal.net
Sat Jun 30 10:45:42 PDT 2012
You can purchase a cheap kit at the hardware store to "water Drill" under
pathways. I have done it a few times and to drill under a 3'6" path took me
all of 10 minutes using this system.
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Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] going under a drive way
Well, it's a slow and messy process, but since you have access to each side
of the drive and some depth, you can "drill" a hole with some PVC pipe and
leave the pipe in place for use as a conduit.
What's needed is a nozzle of some kind at the "drill" end of the pipe, and a
garden hose connection at the other. The nozzle could be a PVC pipe cap
with some small holes drilled in the end.
Water pressure will wash away the soil ahead of the nozzle. Use stiff PVC
sections with fittings that can be screwed together. Add more sections as
you work the pipe under the drive. If you run into a rock, you're "done"!
Try another location.
On Fri, 29 Jun 2012 22:19:00 -0500 "Gregg Seidl" <k9kl at centurytel.net>
> Can anyone tell me how one can get under a blacktop driveway? I want
> to get a couple of 1/2 inch cables under without cutting or
> direction boring. It an old farm drive way so I'm thinking I'm going
> to have to go down a couple feet which I can because there is a
> ditch. Maybe 20 feet wide or so.
> Gregg K9KL
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