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10/8/2016 8:33:59 AM
MicroMan Member #: 2039 Registered: 1996-2001
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Company: Micro Service Group Occupation: Wind-Solar-Coax-Copper-Fiber Location: Domestic-International
Re: Aerial Construction Schools
""""The School of Hard knocks""....you ain't going to learn from a book,,,just find a side street and get r done...your fast learn the do's and don'ts.  Trying to tension from a book will never work in the field when you have make ready problems...NESC problems, are you doing a raise and run or new strand...I'll help you any way I can, speaking from 50 years of experience...not book learning.


Be Safe...do quality work the first time out....don't be stupid and get some one killed.  We all know that lashing is faster on tight strand...but just sag with others utilities, keep out of power.  Keep trying...your get it done.


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