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Old 01-13-2020, 09:49 PM   #1
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Which brand/type carrier would be the best to hold the most 7/8" sectional cable? I don't see a listing from Ridgid specifically for the 7/8".



Which would hold more cable, the Eel 1.25" or the Ridgid 1.25" carrier?


Most of my main lines are under 100' so I'd like to try and get close to that in one carrier if possible.
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Old 01-13-2020, 11:14 PM   #2
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I use the Ridgid A-8 cable carrier for the 7/8 cable. I have 75' in one carrier and I'm sure I could fit another length of I wanted to. I got into sectionals partly to save my back so 75' per carrier is enough for me.
If money is not an issue you can get those new carriers Ridgid put out with the k-5208.
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I use the Ridgid A-8 cable carrier for the 7/8 cable. I have 75' in one carrier and I'm sure I could fit another length of I wanted to. I got into sectionals partly to save my back so 75' per carrier is enough for me.
If money is not an issue you can get those new carriers Ridgid put out with the k-5208.



I'm going to be retiring soon or at least want to slow down. My son has recently started working with me and I want lighten things up a bit for him as compared to running my Spartan 300 drum machine. It's 95% basements around here.


Love my drums but sometimes humping that thing in & out, up & down 6+ days per week all day long gets tiresome.



Those new Ridgid carries look nice but they are also heavy.
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