thanks to LJ (lots of advice on elecrical wiring do’s and dont’s) community…and research just about everything about what to do for electrical add ons, the city inspector came out and was amazed at how “correctly done” and “in code” my rough-in was for someone not being an electrician by trade. he said most small hobby type garage remodels for electrical are disasters (double lugs, bonding grounding bar, wrong wire size, no GFCI in first plug in the series, etc). he was highly pleased with the separation of the wires thru the sub-panel knockouts and how organized the wires were. he liked it so much, the even signed off on the final even though this was just to be the rough-in inspection. gratned, the easy part comes next (hooking up the outlets, putting bulbs in the lights, and hooking up the 10/4 to main panel 60amp fuse).
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