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Old 06-23-2018, 10:54 AM   #21
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Join Date: Feb 2018
Location: Tahoe
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Year: 1997
Coachwork: International
Chassis: 3000RE
Engine: T444E w/ MT643
Rated Cap: 84 pass, 40'
Originally Posted by magnakansas View Post
You could put a 4" pvc tube along the base of your wall before you start your build.. this tube would work as a pipe chase... one on each side, wires, hoses, computer wires, etc.

william, I have some smaller PVC pipes from a construction dumpster. I was thinking I'd use them as conduit, but I realized I don't know enough about electrical to know if it's going to be safe or not. There are rules about how many wires and what gauge and I am NOT an electrician. Do you think I could use multiple smaller PVC pipes for chases safely as long as I don't shove them full of wires?

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