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Re: Gauge grounding
37 GC #1400290 Sat Mar 06 2021 11:12 PM
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Phil,
Well at least you were talking about the correct gauge. You had to re-direct me earlier in this thread! All in the name of helping Larry, who started this conversation.
Kent


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Re: Gauge grounding
37 GC #1400300 Sun Mar 07 2021 01:01 AM
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Just proves two heads are better than one and I’m not talking about engines! LOL!

Last edited by Phak1; Sun Mar 07 2021 01:40 AM.

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