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Topic # 75835 24-Jan-2011 11:47
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Is there such a product readily available, to save running several individual runs to the same location?

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  Reply # 430532 24-Jan-2011 12:38
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Hi there is dual RG6 its the standard for Sky installers to use now as it cuts down on install time, most wholesalers carry it.

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  Reply # 430535 24-Jan-2011 13:02
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Thanks Cyril - Have you seen triple or quad around too, or is that a little like hen's teeth?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 430537 24-Jan-2011 13:08
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Na, never, maybe in Europe where 2orbit locations on both polarities is the norm, but not down here, dual is as big as it gets.

As a cabling guy I normally only carry single core, but typically have more than one roll on the go at a time, so pulling 2 or 4 to a single location is not a problem, this applies to RG6 or Cat5/6.

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  Reply # 430540 24-Jan-2011 13:11
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Thanks Cyril - I appreciate your help!

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