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    I知 a jacobk wannabe!

    First major multi-zone


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    Nice work! I bet running the linesets up to the attic was not fun.

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    Not very fun at all 4 line sets in total running through a very shallow attic with engineered trusses. The longest lineset is 90 feet. Customer is adding 18 x 18 access doors at every head for service


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    PDM will make your life easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adlerberts-Protege View Post
    PDM will make your life easier.
    What is pdm


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    I expected to see a box with ten snakes.

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    Looks really nice. I would have used brown line hide though.
    If God didn't want us to eat animals... He wouldn't have made them out of MEAT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GenesisRefrig View Post
    Looks really nice. I would have used brown line hide though.
    Hard to find at the supply house. Even the basic.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisevansac View Post
    What is pdm
    X2
    If you dont stand behind our troops, please feel free...........to stand in front of them.

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    The white lineset with a much more durable insulation. That black crap tears like a mofo. Look it up.

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    Only question i have is will the cable pedistal lid be able to be slid back on it with the left bracket in the way?
    i love how they left it open to the weather and useing the orange TEMP line and its not buryed

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    Quote Originally Posted by pctech View Post
    Only question i have is will the cable pedistal lid be able to be slid back on it with the left bracket in the way?
    i love how they left it open to the weather and useing the orange TEMP line and its not buryed
    Don稚 know. If I could kill a cable guy and get away with it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Adlerberts-Protege View Post
    The white lineset with a much more durable insulation. That black crap tears like a mofo. Look it up.
    I figured that痴 what you meant only thing is I知 afraid the ripstop line sets may not have fit in that 5 1/2 inch line hide because of how dense the foam is compared to the regular Arma flex


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