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    July 31, 2008 - Self Wrapping Split Braided Sleeving

    We added TechFlex's 1/2 " Self Wrapping Split Braided Sleeving- Fire retardant Wire wrap to the store. This is great for organizing the messiest of car computer installations.
    Check out the demo movie here.


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    Will you be adding other sizes?

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    http://www.techflex.com

    Got all the sizes you need/want. Cheaper, too.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    Quote Originally Posted by TimmyM View Post
    Will you be adding other sizes?
    What sizes do you think we should add? You could by this from techflex directly but I think you need to buy it in 150' foot spools.

    We cut it for you with a hot knife here by the foot.

    We could get a role of 3/4" 1", 1.5" or 2" I think the demand for that in car computing would be pretty low.

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    well I was thinking 1/8" and 1/4". what do these sizes mean? Is 1/2" as big as it gets, if so what does it start out as? For example, if I only 2 power wires going to a hub, would 1/2" be too big and loose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimmyM View Post
    well I was thinking 1/8" and 1/4". what do these sizes mean? Is 1/2" as big as it gets, if so what does it start out as? For example, if I only 2 power wires going to a hub, would 1/2" be too big and loose?
    1/2" is the natural internal diameter. It can hold smaller cables or stretch to include more cables. This flexibility is one of the reasons this product was picked. There is a built in overlap which allow for expansion. The photo on the store shows the wrap slightly expanded to accommodate 2 RCA cables, an 8 gauge power wire, and a thick xenarc wire(vga, rca, usb).

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