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    I couldn't agree more unless were running...

    I couldn't agree more unless were running strictly MC cable to concealed panels (probably not an issue for you). :D

    We have in the past ordered KO's only on one end of the panel so you could use...
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    A multi-wire branch circuit on a 2 pole CB can...

    A multi-wire branch circuit on a 2 pole CB can also be 2 circuits. If I run a three wire cable (MWBC) to the kitchen counter and feed two different receptacles I would have met the minimum 2 circuit...
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    If it's a single pole circuit breaker it's only...

    If it's a single pole circuit breaker it's only one circuit. The loads connected do not matter.
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    The question stinks but I would go with the...

    The question stinks but I would go with the simplest answer which would be 1. Technically it could be 1, 2, or 3 if you had a 1 pole, 2 pole or 3 pole CB.

    Welcome to the forum.
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    eBay $16. ...

    eBay $16.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Cable-Hammer-Crimper-Tool-Battery-Welding-Wire-Terminal-Lug-Connector-8-4-0-AWG-/132074169267
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    Yes, this would be for #4 AWG battery cables on a...

    Yes, this would be for #4 AWG battery cables on a boat.
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    So you're feeding the exterior surface mounted...

    So you're feeding the exterior surface mounted subpanel with NM cable entering directly into the back? Sounds fine to me, no different than entering the back of an FS box.
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    I've read some reviews for similar products and...

    I've read some reviews for similar products and people say that they actually work. For less than $20 it might be worth it.
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    Cable Hammer Crimper Tool

    Has anyone ever used one of these for a few crimps? I need to make two crimps on some boat cables and don't feel like dragging the heavy Burndy battery crimper all the way from the job to the...
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    I would assume that it was silver plated unless...

    I would assume that it was silver plated unless told otherwise.
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    Just listed for damp locations.

    Just listed for damp locations.
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    250.118 lists equipment grounding conductors and...

    250.118 lists equipment grounding conductors and RMC is on the list so there is no code issue with your installation.
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    I agree with you, many of them are terrible to...

    I agree with you, many of them are terrible to remove. Often I will bend them slightly and then cut each section of the concentric ring with my dykes to isolate one little tab at a time. The...
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    Is there a metallic conduit feeding the panel? ...

    Is there a metallic conduit feeding the panel? If is it may be fine as is.
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    The ground fault protection in the service can...

    The ground fault protection in the service can protect the downstream equipment. Redundant protection is not required.
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    You would hard pressed to find any residential...

    You would hard pressed to find any residential panelboards that have lugs rated for two conductors. IMO it's safe to assume that if you find two conductors under such a terminal it's a violation.
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    I would go with the separate service option since...

    I would go with the separate service option since it sounds like you don't want to add a big load to the existing service which also may keep them from needing to upgrade the existing service in the...
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    You can use just the raceway of it qualifies as a...

    You can use just the raceway of it qualifies as a EGC.
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    Is there any gear with exposed live parts?

    Is there any gear with exposed live parts?
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    Mostly AC which runs about $400/month during the...

    Mostly AC which runs about $400/month during the middle of the summer. Electric rates are pretty high in the Northeast.
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    If you look at the section Roger posted it will...

    If you look at the section Roger posted it will tell you that flat cables are calculated as if they were round using it's widest dimension.
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    Natural gas around here is super cheap,...

    Natural gas around here is super cheap, electricity super expensive. My natural gas monthly budget plan is $53/month or $636.00 per year. That's for heat, hot water, gas range, gas dryer and gas...
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    The NEC does not prohibit the continued use of...

    The NEC does not prohibit the continued use of rubber insulated conductors. Even knob and tube is still permitted.
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    I concur with the others, flush with the floor is...

    I concur with the others, flush with the floor is not a problem and conductive not a problem.
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    Take a look at 620.11(B).

    Take a look at 620.11(B).
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