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teejk02

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#1 posted 09-08-2016 03:46 PM



I knew this was the best place to start! Just so everyone knows 50 would be the absolute max run for any new outlet from the sub-panel. I can t stress enough how tiny our garage is. On top of that, the actual space I have to work with in the garage is far less.

When working on something, the tools I m using are in the driveway. I just need some outlets at the front of the garage so I don t have to snake extension cords through the house.

I have to reread this thread, to let some more of the knowledge sink in. A lot of it makes sense, I just need to make sure I m on the same page as everyone.

I can t thank everyone enough.

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