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Old 12-25-2011, 07:26 PM   #29
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Not sure how this works. Can you explain? Are you talking about the additional resistance from the dog bone connections?

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Well, you know, the filberslappin inhibits the passage of wooferdills and the..... oh, nevermind.
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[QUOTE=Acemart;1040271]New to Class A and 50 amp system. [QUOTE]

I ran a 50amp GFI circut to the driveway, piece of cake.
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