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PostPosted: Sat Jun 09, 2018 7:32 am 
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Iam extending into the garage to form a kitchen diner, need to run a 110 pipe from the back wall of garage to inspection chamber in the driveway 1.5m from the front line of garage, i can run the 110 pipe straight from the back of garage to the inspection chamber and is 6m long, do i need to put a rodding eye out side the back wall of the garage or is it good enough that i will be able to rod back up the pipe from the inspection chamber

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Best to add a rodding eye, Might never need it, if you do need to use it you'll be glad it's there.

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