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Old 09-22-2010, 02:32 PM   #16
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Way to go! Pull them out of the sheath, twist them together , medium-not tightly, bend a 90* at 6": now you can "witch" for those plastic lawn sprinkler lines, clay drain-tile 6' underground, and cast-iron and plastic plumbing vents hidden in the wall.

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Way to go! Pull them out of the sheath, twist them together , medium-not tightly, bend a 90* at 6": now you can "witch" for those plastic lawn sprinkler lines, clay drain-tile 6' underground, and cast-iron and plastic plumbing vents hidden in the wall.

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Old 09-22-2010, 03:08 PM   #18
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Way to go! Pull them out of the sheath, twist them together , medium-not tightly, bend a 90* at 6": now you can "witch" for those plastic lawn sprinkler lines, clay drain-tile 6' underground, and cast-iron and plastic plumbing vents hidden in the wall.

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Naaaah, I think I'll preserve them in a magic box. They're special to me now.

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(Plus....I have tons of 14g and old reduced ground 12g leftover from the tearout!)

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