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  • 23-Dec-2008 02:43 EST

Grote Industries’ ultra-nose-box is part of a series of the company’s products that addresses the trucking industry’s lighting and electrical needs. The product features double the standard number of pin connections, a push-on plug function, a durable glass-filled nylon housing, insert-molded pins that seal out moisture and corrosive materials, and easily replaceable parts. From molded, threaded brass inserts that ensure the nose box is locked down, to a special mounting gasket that protects against moisture, the ultra-nose-box is built to perform in tough conditions. It solves the current problem of cracked, corroded, and crowded electrical junction boxes.

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