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Old 10-26-2008
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Oh, so you don't have a real winter... just a bit of slightly cooler weather...
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Originally Posted by brak View Post
I am on Chesapeake, it is not cold enough for that around here. I used 3/4" EMT previously but it is a bit tough to work with. I used 1/2" this year - easy to work with but not as sturdy.

Plus, with PVC there is a better variety of connectors - for example there is a 4 way socket, so I can easily make connections on top of arches for the forward-back rib, there are angles etc.

Anyway, I am not set on that - gotta go through this winter first.
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