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  • growler
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    Originally posted by LarryFine View Post
    Can you withdraw the wire from the wall? If so, cut off the MA, put on an LB, and reinstall the MA in the LB into the wall.

    Of course, you'd have to make the hole in the wall bigger. Hey, you asked.
    I hate to ask but why would conduit be needed at all. That's UF cable. Come up the outside of the footer and into the Garage through the bottom of that seal. Kind of where it is now except with entrance from the bottom. Cable won't be exposed to physical damage. Nail guard where you drill the seal.

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  • romex jockey
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    frosy....slip joint....exp fitting.....thank God my supplier is multi-lingual ~RJ~

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  • oldsparky52
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    I just never heard it called "frosty" (you didn't need to look up a pic )

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  • romex jockey
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    [QUOTE=oldsparky52;2003917]
    Originally posted by romex jockey View Post
    Don't know "frosty", ... what is it?
    sorry.....pvc expansion joint ......



    ~RJ~

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  • oldsparky52
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    [QUOTE=romex jockey;2003915]
    Originally posted by LarryFine View Post

    I could , but w/out a frosty it'd not last long....




    Don't know "frosty", ... what is it?

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  • romex jockey
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    [QUOTE=LarryFine;2003848]
    Can you withdraw the wire from the wall? If so, cut off the MA, put on an LB, and reinstall the MA in the LB into the wall.

    Of course, you'd have to make the hole in the wall bigger. Hey, you asked.
    I could , but w/out a frosty it'd not last long....

    Who shot the mis-fired torpedo imnto the wall?
    ah, that's a gas furnace vent....going to be a wee bit of a distraction on a deck .....


    ~RJ~

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  • LarryFine
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    Can you withdraw the wire from the wall? If so, cut off the MA, put on an LB, and reinstall the MA in the LB into the wall.

    Of course, you'd have to make the hole in the wall bigger. Hey, you asked.

    Who shot the mis-fired torpedo imnto the wall?

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  • romex jockey
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    1st, thx for all replies, good insight.... 2nd, returned to the job today (monday) to find weekend warrior diggers found/installed my pipe.....

    So...one end is made into garage panel via 2" w/LB & frosty.... other end is under what will be a wrap around deck....so here's what i did>>>





    that's 10-3 UF in 2" sch 40

    WWYD???

    ~RJ~

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  • roger
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    Originally posted by LarryFine View Post
    Wimp!
    I'm getting old.

    Roger

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  • LarryFine
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    Originally posted by roger View Post
    I guess I need to clarify, I pushed single 12/2"s around 90's three different times.
    Wimp!

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  • roger
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    Originally posted by LarryFine View Post
    I'm impressed!
    I guess I need to clarify, I pushed single 12/2"s around 90's three different times.

    Roger

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  • LarryFine
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    Originally posted by roger View Post
    I pushed 3 pieces around 90's, granted the runs were less than 10'.
    I'm impressed!

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  • roger
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    Originally posted by Coppersmith View Post
    I would use 1/2" EMT. Pushing 12-2 NM complete with jacket through 1/2" EMT would be a PITA. You could probably strip the jacket since it's inside a raceway, but who wants to strip 5-8 ft of NM? THHN would be cheaper on labor.
    You couldn't strip it, the conductors are not individually identified in NM. I don't have a problem pushing 12/2 down a straight piece of 1/2" EMT, as a matter of fact I did a job for a friend this week where I pushed 3 pieces around 90's, granted the runs were less than 10'.

    Roger

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  • Coppersmith
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    Originally posted by LarryFine View Post
    I wonder if they'll scratch their nuts.
    Not if you add bushings.

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  • Jon456
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    Originally posted by LarryFine View Post
    I wonder if they'll scratch their nuts.
    That's what the lock washers are for.

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