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I live out in the country and am building a garage/shop. (detached.) I took some pictures of my wiring project and wanted some helpful suggestions. I am using a 100 amp subpanel. If it looks funny, I mounted it upside down. The instructions said to mount it this way if the panel was going to be bottom fed. (WHich this one is).

Also, someone on a posting forum said I need some sort of hold down kit for my main breaker in the picture???

Any help is appreciated!!!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/42254706@N03/

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I live out in the country and am building a garage/shop. (detached.) I took some pictures of my wiring project and wanted some helpful suggestions. I am using a 100 amp subpanel. If it looks funny, I mounted it upside down. The instructions said to mount it this way if the panel was going to be bottom fed. (WHich this one is).

Also, someone on a posting forum said I need some sort of hold down kit for my main breaker in the picture???

Any help is appreciated!!!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/42254706@N03/

Um, I hope you're planning to finishing the walls & ceilings with drywall.

- Jim Katen, Oregon

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