Mounting Boxes

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ryanj

I'm helping do some electrical work for friends extension.

The walls aren't up yet, but they are just going to be stud walls (skimmed plasterboard).

We're going to be using the largest mounting boxes we can, an preferably use conduit.

I was just wondering what the best way to fix to stud walls is, if i were to use a standard metal box, how should I attach that to the wall? I'd like to stay clear of the crappy plastic things that clip onto the plasterboard.
 
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