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Lusid

Vex Flex Light

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Lusid

Anyone know where I can purchase anything similar to the metal flex tube? I know it's a kind of inter locking conduit type metal tube, but I cant pin point a location anywhere.

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crappie todd

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Lusid

Good call on the scientific sites... never thought of that one.

I'll look into this matter at work when it counts most. \:\)

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walleyewild

Viking Electric might have something similar locally.

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kingkobbla

L&M Fleet Supply

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Lusid

L&M out of the picture lol

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Iceseeker

I just saw some of the lights at GM in St. Cloud on saturday.

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Lusid

I am trying to fabricate my own lights, I figure material costs will be 10bucks.

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blueroof

Lusid, if you haven't picked up the flexible material yet, I have a broken lamp that has 5 10" segments of the stainless steel positionable conduit. If you want the broken lamp for the conduit, shoot me an email to the address in my profile.

LB

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Lusid

Hey blueroof, got any pictures?

i am interested.

email on the way.

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blueroof

I sent pictures over, let me know if they don't make it.

LB

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