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Old 03-05-2018, 04:58 PM   #1
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Default Can somebody take a measurement for me?

Outside dimensions of a typical wire mold Tele-power pole. Not length, not interior fill size, just outside dimensions. So I can check something and see if it will fit. I checked Legrand's website and I can get a lot of info about their tele power poles, but not the outside dimension , so far I guess nobody ever cared about that. Maybe if you have a leftover piece in your shop or something like that you can check for me. Mahalo.
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The dimensions in this don't work for you?

https://www.legrand.us/~/media/produ.../ed420r14.ashx
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2-1/4" X 2-1/4"
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Next time look for their cad files. They are often available in pdf.
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Thanks all, the first time I went to Legrand they didn't have the specs on the page so I looked around and didn't find that. Later I did , but it won't work by exactly 1/4" anyhow so moot point.


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