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May
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asked Mark 2 points on parallel walls directly opposite each other
May
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accepted Mount Pull-up bar from wall to wall
Dec
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revised Mount Pull-up bar from wall to wall
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Dec
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comment Mount Pull-up bar from wall to wall
@Oren B, This is a finished room. Being able to remove the bar would be nice but not necessary. I haven't bought the pipe yet, but most probably not threaded. (After some reconsideration I am thinking of 2" diameter pipe).
Dec
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comment Mount Pull-up bar from wall to wall
I have an "eye" attached to the roof at about 3ft. I could drop a hook/rod from there to support the middle of the bar. Breaking the unsupported span into 3ft + 4ft should take care of that right? I am specifically looking for what kind of support/bracket to use at ends.
Nov
30
revised Mount Pull-up bar from wall to wall
include concrete
Nov
30
asked Mount Pull-up bar from wall to wall
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Mar
23
accepted Can I use a UPS as a Voltage Stabilizer?
Mar
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Mar
21
revised Can I use a UPS as a Voltage Stabilizer?
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Mar
21
comment Can I use a UPS as a Voltage Stabilizer?
@longneck, I see everyone here in India uses a voltage stabilizer with non-trivial electrical equipment. Probably because of the quality of the power supply out here. I've heard that newer refrigerators come with built-in voltage stabilization but I don't want to take a chance.
Mar
21
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asked Can I use a UPS as a Voltage Stabilizer?
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