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Old 09-28-2012, 09:15 PM   #16
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Main water line, meter to house


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This was a total fail. The old line snapped as did the cable. Cable was probably too small but the line did not move an inch. Dug it out the old fashion way. Thanks for the encouragement and all.
I think my able is 3/8" and connects to the new pipe only. My pulling method does not pull on the old pipe at all.
Glad to hear you're done though
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