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Plastic tube source for body mounted wire ties?

I'm looking to replace the plastic tube that covers the metal wire ties. Looks like a non-shrinking heat shrink tube.

Any recommendations?



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Heat shrink tubing...
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Heat shrink tubing...
Yeah, just don't shrink it. Or shrink it if you want, no matter.
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I bought some vinyl tubing from Rhode Island wiring a few years ago, to do exactly what you are doing. The old stuff gets pretty brittle. If you cut the new stuff as the factory did it is a perfect match.

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Great suggestions, Iíve been wondering about viable options as well. Thx!
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I bought some vinyl tubing from Rhode Island wiring a few years ago, to do exactly what you are doing. The old stuff gets pretty brittle. If you cut the new stuff as the factory did it is a perfect match.

Conduit Tubes

That looks like the stuff.

Dennis (Timmy2) hooked me up with the small qty that I needed.

Thanks all!

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