fozz at iodynamics.com
Tue Feb 20 15:44:23 MST 2007
Daniel C. wrote:
> When I installed home theatre systems (and other stuff), we had what
> we called fishing poles to help out with this. They were just long,
> thin pieces of fiberglass that could be screwed together at the ends,
> plus different attachments (a magnet, a little loop of wire, etc.)
> that could be put on the end. Then you'd attach your wire to the
> pole, and push the pole through the wall.
Those handy implements are called Fish Sticks and they come in
glow-in-the-dark versions as well.
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