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Hotwires Split Loom Colored Wire Covering Grey For Auto & Rod 1" X10' on 2040-parts.com

US $16.99
Location:

Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States

Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States
Condition:New Diameter size:1" Brand:unbranded Length:10' Manufacturer Part Number:110GY color:Grey gray

Grey split loom for wiring, lines and anything else you want to cover. You get 10' of 1" diameter loom. This is not the cheap Chinese import stuff that discolors as soon as the sun hits it, this is a quality product made in North America. I have other colors and sizes available if there is one that you want that you do not see, feel free to ask and I will list asap.

I have done my best to take the picture to best represent the color, since colors vary from monitor to monitor the shade may be off slightly when product is in hand.

Thanks for looking.

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