Copper solid armored (MC) cable
  #14-2 [view picture] L1@8.50 KLF 1,490.00 339.00 1,829.00
  #12-2 L1@9.50 KLF 1,530.00 378.00 1,908.00
  #10-2 L1@11.0 KLF 2,680.00 438.00 3,118.00
  #14-3 L1@9.50 KLF 2,320.00 378.00 2,698.00
  #12-3 L1@10.5 KLF 2,550.00 418.00 2,968.00
  #10-3 L1@14.0 KLF 5,160.00 558.00 5,718.00
  #14-4 L1@11.0 KLF 3,120.00 438.00 3,558.00
  #12-4 L1@13.0 KLF 3,440.00 518.00 3,958.00
  #10-4 L1@15.0 KLF 6,920.00 598.00 7,518.00
Copper stranded armored (MC) cable
  # 8-2 [view picture] L1@12.0 KLF 6,690.00 478.00 7,168.00
  # 6-2 L1@15.0 KLF 10,400.00 598.00 10,998.00
  # 8-3 L1@15.0 KLF 8,570.00 598.00 9,168.00
  # 6-3 L1@17.0 KLF 13,800.00 677.00 14,477.00
  # 4-3 L1@20.0 KLF 19,300.00 797.00 20,097.00
  # 2-3 L1@24.0 KLF 27,800.00 956.00 28,756.00
  # 8-4 L1@17.0 KLF 13,900.00 677.00 14,577.00
  # 6-4 L1@20.0 KLF 19,000.00 797.00 19,797.00
  # 4-4 L1@24.0 KLF 26,400.00 956.00 27,356.00
Copper solid armored (MC) cable with bare copper ground
  # 8 [view picture] L1@10.0 KLF 2,130.00 398.00 2,528.00
  # 6 L1@12.0 KLF 2,260.00 478.00 2,738.00
Copper stranded armored (MC) cable with bare copper ground
  # 4 [view picture] L1@14.0 KLF 4,010.00 558.00 4,568.00
Anti-short bushings
  1/2" [view picture] L1@0.02 Ea .10 .80 .90
  3/4" L1@0.02 Ea .21 .80 1.01
MC connectors, 1 screw squeeze type
  3/8" standard cable [view picture] L1@0.05 Ea 1.49 1.99 3.48
  3/8" oversize cable L1@0.05 Ea 2.00 1.99 3.99
  1/2" standard cable L1@0.05 Ea 2.15 1.99 4.14
  3/4" standard cable L1@0.06 Ea 3.18 2.39 5.57
MC connectors, 2 screw
  3/8" standard cable [view picture] L1@0.05 Ea 1.33 1.99 3.32
  1/2" standard cable L1@0.05 Ea 2.66 1.99 4.65
  3/4" standard cable L1@0.05 Ea 4.75 1.99 6.74
Use these figures to estimate the cost of copper MC cable installed in buildings under the conditions described on pages 5 and 6. Costs listed are for each 1000 linear feet of cable, bushing or connector installed. The crew is one electrician working at a labor cost of $39.84 per manhour. These costs include boring, notching, stripping, circuit makeup, layout, material handling, and normal waste. Add for supports, sales tax, delivery, supervision, mobilization, demobilization, cleanup, overhead and profit. Note: the NEC and your local code restrict the ways MC can be used.

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