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Seen this one yet? #64758
04/14/06 07:43 AM
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NJwirenut  Offline OP
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http://www.aifittings.com/whnew85.htm

Might prevent some of the "modified LB" violations that get posted here from time to time....

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Re: Seen this one yet? #64759
04/14/06 09:10 AM
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Jim M  Offline
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I wonder if you can get extra flanges for all those extra holes.

Re: Seen this one yet? #64760
04/14/06 11:06 AM
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macmikeman  Offline
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Same thought. Diy's are gonna love those. We will start seeing lb's with 3 or 4 conduits coming out of them.

Re: Seen this one yet? #64761
04/14/06 11:16 AM
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Same thought. Diy's are gonna love those. We will start seeing lb's with 3 or 4 conduits coming out of them


One motion detector, 3 par sockets and a conduit. [Linked Image]


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Re: Seen this one yet? #64762
04/14/06 12:27 PM
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ghost307  Offline
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I wonder how long it'll take before they bring out the receptacle that fits in that thing.
This thing is a fire just looking for a place to happen!!


Ghost307
Re: Seen this one yet? #64763
04/14/06 03:27 PM
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Fred  Offline
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On the other hand, it's pretty cool to only stock one item on the service truck that will handle several applications.

Re: Seen this one yet? #64764
04/14/06 06:45 PM
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Ghost, I hate to burst your bubbly....but there used to be receptacles made to fit in conduit bodies! I'll see if I can find a pic.

Re: Seen this one yet? #64765
04/14/06 06:45 PM
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electure  Offline

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I think this fitting is pretty unsightly, but it sure wouldn't hurt to have one on the truck.
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"We will start seeing lb's with 3 or 4 conduits coming out of them"

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"I wonder how long it'll take before they bring out the receptacle that fits in that thing."

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[This message has been edited by electure (edited 04-14-2006).]

Re: Seen this one yet? #64766
04/15/06 07:00 PM
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harold endean  Offline
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Did you see the light that attaches to that fitting? I posted it in the Photos for discussion forum. I think Bob or Trumpy knows where.

Re: Seen this one yet? #64767
04/15/06 07:46 PM
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Here you go, Harold's pictures [Linked Image]

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