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  • #16
    Originally posted by fun4now View Post
    jonnymag
    seems like we went over the arc flash distance equation a wile back and after 50ft it was not a problem. i could be wrong here as its been a wile. maybe some one knows for shore, but its a degenerative thing as distance reduces its intensity or efect on the eye.
    Obviously, you've never been to Honolulu. When average lot sizes are 5,000 SF or less, your neighbors are much closer to you than 50 ft. In fact, you'd be lucky if your yard was 50 ft wide.

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    • #17
      nope never been there, my nearest neighbor is lucky to be less then 5,000 ft. LOL
      i'm on 3 acres well a little over that, then its a lot of hay fields and cow pastures long before you get to another house.
      thanks for the help
      ......or..........
      hope i helped
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      • #18
        Yeah same here, it would take a leaky aluminum foundry to piss off my neighbors.
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