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    Default Gas Pipe

    Does the gas pipe in this garage need to be protected from cars etc.?

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    Default Re: Gas Pipe

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Rees View Post
    Does the gas pipe in this garage need to be protected from cars etc.?
    Tom,

    Good question. As it is on the side of the garage and pretty high up, I would think that it is unlikely to be struck by a normal vehicle. However, given your standard issue Hummer and standard issue Hummer driver, a bollard might not be a bad idea.

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    Thanks Gunnar, pipe isn't as high as it looks. Is haggis as bad as it sounds or looks?

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    Exclamation Re: Gas Pipe

    Inadequate pipe support, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Rees View Post
    Thanks Gunnar, pipe isn't as high as it looks. Is haggis as bad as it sounds or looks?
    Sheep guts and oatmeal boiled in the sheep's stomach. I haven't tried it, and don't really intend to.

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    Default Re: Gas Pipe

    It would provide a good handhold for those getting out of a vehicle.

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    Default Re: Gas Pipe

    Definately a future problem there. If it is going to stick out like that it needs protection from damage. Inadequate support also. Hard to tell from the pic but it looks like a shipping coupling in the line too.


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