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4 Pc Total 121" - 7mm Outer Dia Un-split Wire Loom @40+29+27+25" Length on 2040-parts.com

C $5.80
Location:

ONTARIO, Canada

ONTARIO, Canada
Condition:New

4 ODD LENGTHS, AT SPECIAL REDUCED BARGAIN PRICE

For sale are FOUR (4) pieces - 7mm outer diameter 4.5mm inner diameter, Polyethylene UN-SPLIT wire loom tube, black color. 

Length: 40", 29", 27, 25" each 1 piece = 121 inches. All measurement approx.

 IN UN-SPLIT FORM, (for add protection against dust, especially in engine compartment, pass wire before connection). Due to it's small diameter, it is desirable to be in un-split form. However, if you still want it splited, notify in Paypal message.

Superior insulation & protection for electrical wire from cut, heat, oil, dirt. Sturdy construction. Withstand temperature upto  -20C<<>>105C./221F

A must for DIY automobile/electrical/electronic installation applications such as audio, Fog/HID lights.

No retail packing, pack in  a poly bag

Ideal length for small project

Get it fast from Canada. No need to wait 4-6 weeks from Asia..

Free Canada shipping, for USA add postage C$1.40

BONUS: 1 pc self-sticking hook/loop wire organizer @8" random color, included free of charge



 


 

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