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#116833 04/28/04 04:12 PM
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I think this place is using some of my scrap that I sold them! [Linked Image]

The overhead lines are feeding everything from conveyor belts, to the scales & yard lights... telephone lines are being supported by the top lines which look to be #6 or 8...

-Randy (aka Lostazhell)
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#116834 04/28/04 04:33 PM
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It must be some sort of national scrap yard code as the place I go looks like that too.


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#116835 04/28/04 06:16 PM
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They figure you will be to busy looking at all that stuff to notice them fudging the scale.

#116836 04/29/04 07:01 AM
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Of all the bad electrical I've ever seen, some of the worst has been here... To give due credit, they have cleaned up about ½ of what it used to be like... It's almost to 3rd world country NEC now! [Linked Image]

-Randy


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