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#25606 - 05/15/03 05:43 AM ElectriCalc Pro, But for CEC??  
smokumchevy  Offline
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Anyone know of a calc like this but loaded for CEC instead of NEC ??

Inquiring mind wants to know but cant seem to find anything online....

thks,
Greg


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#25607 - 05/18/03 09:05 AM Re: ElectriCalc Pro, But for CEC??  
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anybody??


#25608 - 05/18/03 10:31 AM Re: ElectriCalc Pro, But for CEC??  
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There is a good one on here somewhere.do a search and check the Canadian code section.i will post it here if i see it.


#25609 - 05/18/03 11:05 AM Re: ElectriCalc Pro, But for CEC??  
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heres one http://members.rogers.com/g.cygalski/download.htm

and another http://www.execulink.com/~cygalski/download.htm


#25610 - 05/18/03 11:12 AM Re: ElectriCalc Pro, But for CEC??  
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hmm both seem to be the same originaly posted by Ares and has both NEC and CEC calculators and still looking for more

[This message has been edited by frank (edited 05-18-2003).]


#25611 - 05/18/03 01:35 PM Re: ElectriCalc Pro, But for CEC??  
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I believe he is looking for a version of the ElectriCalc Pro that has the CEC instead of the NEC:

[Linked Image] >> ElectriCalc Pro


#25612 - 05/19/03 03:38 AM Re: ElectriCalc Pro, But for CEC??  
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You got it Bill, lol....

thks for the efforts tho Frank.

-Greg


#25613 - 05/25/03 07:43 AM Re: ElectriCalc Pro, But for CEC??  
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Wow!! I can't beleive we're so far behind in the times up here in Canada (says walking back into igloo, rubbing two sticks together to make fire), lol.

-Greg


#25614 - 05/25/03 09:23 PM Re: ElectriCalc Pro, But for CEC??  
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How's the Chevelle?


#25615 - 05/25/03 11:30 PM Re: ElectriCalc Pro, But for CEC??  
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Unfortunately she is sitting in the shop awaiting the time to do a front harness rewire [Linked Image] ... Where does the time go in a day I ask ya, lol.

Thanks for asking!!

How bout you? you out cruisin and with what?

-Greg


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