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Old December 12th, 2012, 01:08 PM
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Bulkhead Wire Ties

Sorry for the blurry IPhone pic, but does anyone know the part number for these wire ties on the bulkhead? Or who might have them? They are like zip ties but with a piece that anchors through the bulkhead.
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Old December 12th, 2012, 01:12 PM
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Sorry for the blurry IPhone pic, but does anyone know the part number for these wire ties on the bulkhead? Or who might have them? They are like zip ties but with a piece that anchors through the bulkhead.
They are called Clamp Ties.

Panduit... Tyco... to name a few has them.

You can buy them at Home Depot too.

Here is the Panduit link

Home Depot link
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They are tie-cable, 6.5mm hole x 155mm panel fixing. part # AAU3686

Some others available too:

7mm hole x 165mm YQR10016L

8mm x 215mm YYD10003
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These have a post that goes into the bulkhead and anchors them.
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These have a post that goes into the bulkhead and anchors them.
see my previous post.
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These have a post that goes into the bulkhead and anchors them.

That's what these ones are: # AAU3686


they fit a little like the plastic rivets that hold the rubber wheelarch eyebrows on... plastic "pin" you tap through the middle to expand the claws inside the hole.
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I know I got some from RN and they were not fall over expensive.
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