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When I put a coax jack in my room I used a mounting box that braced itself 
aginst the drywall it was being mounted in using som plastic wings that pop 
out and tighten against the back of the drywall when you tighten the screws. 
Neat thingy. I belive I got it at hibbit (sp?) lumber. It works fine.

I don't rember if they had round ones, but you can always use a drywall saw 
to make the mounting box fit.

On Wednesday, January 16 2002 06:19 pm, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> hi all,
> can someone recommend a store that sells a wide variety of phone
> jack mounting kits?   i've seen some really nice ones in the past that
> have alligator type connectors rather than wrap-around-the-screw based.
> the line that i want to mount is quite a challange.  it's a semi big
> gaping hole; perhaps 3 cm radius, so a standard wall mount unit isn't
> going to mountable without a backboard i can drill into.
> and i COULD do that.  i'd rather find something that would look a little
> nicer.  i know these things come in all different shapes and sizes.
> if no recommendations, i go to the standard radio shack and frys.
> pete

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