Trunking size

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cheggers

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to be honest I would of used a bit of yt2 and when I get really lazy it would be sticky yt2:D

 

paulh

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Isn't that table for t+e cables only? The 10mm is a single so that table doesn't apply?

Please be kind as I have only been lurking not participating and get scared easily;)

 

Flying Scotsman

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Isn't that table for t+e cables only? The 10mm is a single so that table doesn't apply?Please be kind as I have only been lurking not participating and get scared easily ;)
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steptoe

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its really all down to how tidy you are, and if you keep all the twists outta the cable you could prob get a 6mm T&E in as well.

moneys money after all, and what with the price of trunking nowadays. ]:)

 

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