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Old 01-11-2018, 07:14 PM   #11
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have you considered armoring your pipe with aluminum conduit. I saw this one on Amazon that might work.



Southwire 55082305 3/4-Inch Alflex-Type RWA Reduced Wall Aluminum Flexible Metal Conduit



I thought about using something like this https://www.amazon.com/Brushtech-Pro.../dp/B000RE7W28 after I make the repair.

Looks like Im heading to the plumbing supply store to find a 10 piece of 1/2 black iron.

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Old 01-11-2018, 07:52 PM   #12
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I would get some of the wiremesh covers from the auto parts and slide over the rubber hose. This makes them look nicer also.

Squirrels are just RATS with a prettier coat on!
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We've had several propane lines for our Gas Grill get chewed by squirrels. I solved that problem using Frank's Hot Sauce. It's a terrible waste of great Hot Sauce, but the squirrels won't touch it. Unless we get a lot of rain, I usually apply it at the beginning of the season and then again about half way through the season.

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I'll try the hot sauce, they can find their own dark chocolate to put out the fire.
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Old 01-14-2018, 07:55 PM   #16
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When I bought my 23b this fall it came with 5 gallons of antifreeze. I had them next to my shed. The squirrels ate through the handle on one jug.

They got crazy this summer. They ate a few packages of my cashews I left out. 2 cans of nuts I left out another time and amost got through a big jug of planters honey roasted peanuts. (I eat a lot of nuts). Especially when I'm out working on this.
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