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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by AWJ Services, Jun 3, 2010.
Adios Amigos. The roots had grown into the walls behind them.
Not pictures you want to see before you eat dinner
Nice to see a 161 working the best 11,000lb hoe on the market.
I promise to take a pic of every Tank full of liquid gold before it is pumped and post it from now on.
I used to read up while eating breakfast/lunch/dinner.
Never again will I.
Hell I went back and got another brownie and came back to finish reading
It really doesnt bother me. It might first thing in the morning.
But I thought it was a good joke.
That is the thinnest concrete on a septic system I have ever seen and where is the conduit for that wire??? Not only conduit, where is the sand and caution tape? My 200 amp wire is thicker than that thing too.
I know regulations are different in different places cause here we have no need for anything on the in feed line but if you run a tee on the infeed pipe like that how in the heck is the crap gonna get out of the pipe and into the tank
Higher the voltage the lower the amperage so you don't have to have as big of cable. I was looking at the high voltage wire that leads back to my house before the transformer after a tree fell on it and it was only about the size of 3/8 cable
This tank had a bunch of yellow looking pills in it. I was wondering where they came from?