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Old 06-10-2005, 05:02 PM
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Three # 3 THW wires (100 amps) or two # 2 wires (115 amps) will fit into a 1 ď PVC conduit. Look at the book you said you had, or go look at the NEC and it will tell you that. Set a ground rod at the shop, because the NEC says thatís the way it is supposed to be. Grounds and neutrals are kept separate to the point of them all becoming grounds at the panel, hence the term "grounded neutral" Two wires will do this, run the third if it makes you feel better about the neutral. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. Use copper. WHAT IS YOUR HOME WORTH ??????? PLEASE BEFORE YOU USE ALUM. WIRE, TALK TO A LOCAL ELECTRICIAN.
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