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Re: Another Billy Bob electrical question

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soundguy

06-18-2013 09:07:39
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ud.. do as one of the other posters mention. slide the pipe sections over one at a time instead of pulling the 200'

I needed lighting on my remote farm in an area that was horse safe. i found cheap 20' 1/2" thinwall pvcx with union ends.. and ran that down a fencline a couple hundred feet same as you are doing.. cheap single wires.. doubled up. it worked fine while the barn ws going up. and ran the well. I had the tractor and pto genset as the power source back outta the woods.

as said. runs same #/size for black and white..

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George Marsh

06-18-2013 09:56:46
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 Re: Another Billy Bob electrical question in reply to soundguy, 06-18-2013 09:07:39  
soundguy,
My neighbor had a shallow wire burried next to steel fence posts. Lightning blew the wire out of the ground. Wasn't much left of the wire either. It damaged the wire in multiple places too. I think the lightning may have hit a tree and found it's way to the fence.

Another farmer had to put his wire 10ft underground, lightning blowing load centers off the wall.

When I run an undergound wire, I put it at least 3 ft and then run a water line too. Nice to have water next to the barn.

Don't you have to have grounding rods all over the place in Florida?
George

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soundguy

06-18-2013 14:47:21
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 Re: Another Billy Bob electrical question in reply to George Marsh, 06-18-2013 09:56:46  
lightning capitol of the world baby!

this line i ran was temp. i just layed it in pip on top of the ground a tthe fence line during barn construction.. then puleld it later. was just to keep the horses and cows out of it.



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