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    Come up to Loveland 8/2, I'll get you up to speed...

    Come up to Loveland 8/2, I'll get you up to speed on the 2014. :)
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    This is one that you had to look at the answers...

    This is one that you had to look at the answers for a hint on where to find the answer. The reference they were looking for is the one fmtjfw quoted above.
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    It's all well and good to tell the OP to...

    It's all well and good to tell the OP to challenge the question; no disrespect to the OP, but I can imagine that we did not get the question word for word, and are drawing conclusions based on...
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    Look at 250.118.

    Look at 250.118.
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    Chances are it was looking for you to find...

    Chances are it was looking for you to find 310.106(C).
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    Poll: I never had considered this as debatable.

    I never had considered this as debatable.
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    FWD: 240.4

    I'm a little busy to give this full attention.
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    My invite went to my spam folder. :roll: ...

    My invite went to my spam folder. :roll:

    Fortunately, Jim reminded me and I have it scheduled for a couple weeks from now.
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    Fwd: Large Motors

    Via PM
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    Sounds like a winner! Dave: nice try. :D

    Sounds like a winner!

    Dave: nice try. :D
  11. Thanks for the correction, fellas. :)

    Thanks for the correction, fellas. :)
  12. I see 641 x 1.25 = 801.25A. I could see an 800A,...

    I see 641 x 1.25 = 801.25A. I could see an 800A, or a 1000A, but I don't see how you'd come up with 400A or 700A. :?
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    A bond bushing would be bonding the FMC itself...

    A bond bushing would be bonding the FMC itself (not loads/equipment down the way), which the connector can do unassisted as described. No bushing required.
  14. Seems like some local events didn't make the...

    Seems like some local events didn't make the list. :huh:
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    Agreed. While the bit is still warm and starting...

    Agreed. While the bit is still warm and starting to show wear, whet the edge back on with a XX slim file and return to drilling. Takes a couple seconds if you keep up with it, and let the bit do the...
  16. To the OP, do you do a new search after posting?...

    To the OP, do you do a new search after posting?

    For example, today when I got on the forum, I used "Today's Post" search request as the link to begin. You ask the forum for today's posts, and it...
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    Cool! Those would be compliant. 8-)

    Cool! Those would be compliant. 8-)
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    The purpose for 250.68(C) is to offer places to...

    The purpose for 250.68(C) is to offer places to connect GECs and bonding jumpers in close proximity (but not directly) to the business end of electrodes listed in 250.52(A). If you're not connected...
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    Is a split bolt listed for grounding/bonding?

    Is a split bolt listed for grounding/bonding?
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    Yes you can tap, but not using a split bolt....

    Yes you can tap, but not using a split bolt. 250.64(D)(1) and/or 250.30(A)(6)(c), depending on the particulars of your installation.
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    You're not "extending a connection", you're...

    You're not "extending a connection", you're connecting directly to an electrode. There has been no controversy about that connection for a long time.
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    Care to prove that? Mechanical connections are...

    Care to prove that? Mechanical connections are listed for grounding electrode connections, so they must be good enough, no?
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    What's the problem? :?

    What's the problem? :?
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    The grounding requirements are in 250.30(A)(4)....

    The grounding requirements are in 250.30(A)(4). Since the service is required to be connected to the metal water pipe electrode, and your SDS will be connected to it, then the two GECs can't help but...
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    3' from the edge of the blade, typically a bit...

    3' from the edge of the blade, typically a bit over 5' from the center of box.
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