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Romex/Loomex in tin studs. #4595
10/04/01 08:43 PM
10/04/01 08:43 PM
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Just wondering what everyone else is doing with NMD in tin studs. We're still using Greenlee stud punches and bushings, but I'm still sure theres a better way.

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Re: Romex/Loomex in tin studs. #4596
10/09/01 09:52 PM
10/09/01 09:52 PM
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CS,

If you do come across something easier Please let us know. NMD? Is that a Canadian style cable? (I am not familiar with Loomex either)

Bill

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