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Old 06-10-2013, 02:47 AM   #21
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I'll buy left over if you have a least 50-100ft. PM me.
check the eBay store for Temco... I am sure they still have some at that price. 2.20 a foot for SOOW 8/4 cant go wrong. Showman's Supplies wanted over 4 bucks a foot. And that wasn't happening... I don't care how badly I wanted that hot shower working..
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Old 08-12-2013, 08:44 PM   #22
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Um...........guys...........110 and 220 were gone 30 years ago. I'm just sayin
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Old 08-12-2013, 09:56 PM   #23
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6g / 4 conductor, SO jacketed wire is over 4 bucks a foot retail now, i called around this week and was quoted anywhere from 5.18 to 5.85 a foot.

i picked up 75 feet of 6/4, SO for 4.20 a foot this afternoon (need to make a better extension cord for my bay & when i travel to my in-laws (shenandoah valley) & brother in-laws (destin).

so Curtis (SnaykeByte)....where did 110 & 220 go ??
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since when?
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6g / 4 conductor, SO jacketed wire is over 4 bucks a foot retail now, i called around this week and was quoted anywhere from 5.18 to 5.85 a foot.

i picked up 75 feet of 6/4, SO for 4.20 a foot this afternoon (need to make a better extension cord for my bay & when i travel to my in-laws (shenandoah valley) & brother in-laws (destin).

so Curtis (SnaykeByte)....where did 110 & 220 go ??
The folks at NEMA changed the household voltages and subsequently industrial voltages in 1980. It has to do with more efficient power factors and slightly smaller conductor requirements. BTW, thanks for being a good sport, I was just razzin ya about it. It's a pet peave of mine that's all.
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Hey, us old guys grew up with 110/220. Can't teach old dogs new tricks.
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Hey, us old guys grew up with 110/220. Can't teach old dogs new tricks.
touche'....i'll give you that but i'm an old guy too
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