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#8310 - 03/17/02 06:04 PM Weather proof extention collars
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Loc: Norwich, NY, USA
never mind..

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#8311 - 03/17/02 06:31 PM Re: Weather proof extention collars
Bill Addiss Offline
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James,

Yes they do have WP extension rings. The ones I've seen were about an inch deep with 2 entries on top and bottom 1/2" thread and come with a gasket.

Bill

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#8312 - 03/17/02 06:38 PM Re: Weather proof extention collars
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I seen that after I made the post on graingers web site.. I am hoping when I run to the supply house tomorrow I can get one with no holes on the top. Kind of makes me a little nervous having holes on the top. I mean with the winters we sometimes have. I vision snow piled up on it and that teflon tape and silicone could just let water in..

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