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Braided Black Nylon Sleeving


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Does anyone know where I can buy those? You can see some of these sleeving covering the wires on the trailers and the connections to the outboards on the new boats. I need like half inch diameters and probably 2-3 inch diameters to cover and protect the wires and cables of my trailers and the outboard. Thanks

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Almost all of the automotive stores carry a plastic ribbed conduit. Maybe that would work.

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if you have a trailer manufacturer in the area, you may want to try them. otherwise some one that does trailer work.

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If you're talking about the nylon braided sleeve the only place I've ever seen it is at a marine dealer... they buy it in 25-50' spools, but I'm sure they'd sell or give you (depending on the dealer) as much as you need...

marine_man

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I have a lot of it, it's approx 1.5" wide but expands to approx 3"/4". Just stop over, or try any dealer, it's used to rig new boats.

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Thanks guys. Am I calling it the right thing. Obviously, u guys figured out what I was talking about, but I have been asking around and everytime they look at me like I am nuts cos they do not know what I am talking about. Is there a common name for this sleeve?

I know the guys at Nelson Marine call it "snake skin"....hahaha.

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