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    Hi
    I have been going just under a year and have 30000 ft of tube, and looking to grow what's a good amount of tube to hold,I know there are factors but is there a average
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    None , keep the yard empty
    #scafflivesmatter

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    PM is correct if its in the yard its costing, but on that topic depending on the type of work your doing you may want to consider 3.2mm S355 grade tube, 20% lighter and with superior bending characteristics, make sure you get a mill certificate for it from your supplier.

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