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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-13-2010, 03:25 PM Thread Starter
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Took a while to remove my finished basement and get it set up for my needs. Should have an electrician out soon to wire everything up.


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Why an electrician? It's easy enough to do yourself if you just want to run a few normal voltage outlets/switches. I'll have some free time starting Dec 1

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what are your needs or winter plans?

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what are your needs or winter plans?
I want to start working on the my CB750 (turn it into a Cafe). I need to do maint on the Z1000 (I pull the bikes into the basement for winter work).

For the electrical, I want to upgrade service to the house to 200amps and add a bunch of 240 outlets for the compressor and welders.

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Why an electrician? It's easy enough to do yourself if you just want to run a few normal voltage outlets/switches. I'll have some free time starting Dec 1
Im telling you man, bring your bike over and do whatever maint. you need.

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I want to start working on the my CB750 (turn it into a Cafe). I need to do maint on the Z1000 (I pull the bikes into the basement for winter work).

For the electrical, I want to upgrade service to the house to 200amps and add a bunch of 240 outlets for the compressor and welders.
Yeah, call an electrician for that - you'll probably need a permit too.

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cool, looks good. now i know where to go for a welder.

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Check code about these things in you basement.

If you have a water heater down there or a gas dryer please double check your code.

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hahaha, sorry man, I couldn't help it
Nope you got that right.

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Check code about these things in you basement.

If you have a water heater down there or a gas dryer please double check your code.
The welders? Or the motorcycles?

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