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Old 01-29-2009, 10:50 PM   #16
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200 amp service/500 foot run


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I was planning on pulling 160 feet each time with 2 pull boxes and using a forklift as a tugger with rope rated for 9000 pounds plus
I forgot about this part. There is ABSOLUTELY no need for pull boxes. Who cares how long the longest snake is. Suck a jet line in with a vacuum and balloon, then pull in a light rope or mule tape, then use that to pull in the pulling rope.


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