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#169665 - 10/11/07 07:02 AM materials on line
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Has anyone purchased any materials from kk-lite.com
If so how was the quality of the materials.
Just wondering how they can sell so inexpensively.

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#169675 - 10/11/07 11:51 AM Re: materials on line [Re: sandro2]
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I just checked the web site. They did not mention any brand names. I would try them out on something like boxes, covers ect...
The GFCI's were very low cost. You may have a minimum order requirement. If UL listed I see no issue other than quality.

Thanks....I will check them out too.

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#169677 - 10/11/07 01:48 PM Re: materials on line [Re: JValdes]
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I have bought from budgetlighting.com who will only ship after paying with a credit card, then invoice you later hoping you don’t notice.
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#169691 - 10/12/07 01:52 AM Re: materials on line [Re: sandro2]
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I found there ad in the back of ECN magazine.

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