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Old 01-27-2009, 09:14 PM   #1
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I am looking where to find juction boxes reasonable to mount my gooseneck gas station lights. I want to light my driveway parking area with three goosenck canopies. I recessed the normal ocatagon junction boxes in my wall. The only thing I had left was the flange. I bought the four bolt flange thinking it would take wind and hold the light up better. http://www.electriciansupplies.com/i...__1___Each.htm
Now when I went to install them the flange bolt holes are spaced too far apart for the normal 4x4 and octagon boxes screws. I am looking where to buy the boxes to fit these type of flanges. I have found some explosionproof boxes, but they are in the $50. range a piece which seem to be high.

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JT in NC

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Old 01-27-2009, 09:48 PM   #2
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Take one of the four bolt covers around to all the Electrical supply houses in your area. Do not waste time calling first because they are not going out of there way to help, but if they see your sample it may be familiar.

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