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Old 02-09-2018, 06:23 AM
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Originally Posted by CynicG View Post
I think your cable tie approach is fine. What's the problem again? Doesn't look pretty?
Partly that, but mainly that they need cutting and remaking every time I remove them. It is me being a bit of a perfectionist, too, to be honest!

Edit: I'm fed up with slicing my hands on the cut ends too! But I probably ought to buy some flush cut side cutters to solve that!

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Old 02-09-2018, 07:18 AM
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Never tried reusable zip ties?
Just an example
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Originally Posted by flanders View Post
Never tried reusable zip ties?
Just an example https://www.amazon.co.uk/B20451-Cabl...8192871&sr=8-4
Thought about them but if I cut them to size, then refitting them would be difficult. Or I'd have to leave flappy bits to allow me to refit them. Thanks for the suggestion though.
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Well, I've found everything I need. A combination of:

Push-In Swivel Clip Cable Tie - Female from JET PRESS
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Push-In Swivel Cable & Pipe Clips - Male 90° from JET PRESS

Sadly, all in bags of 100!

Anyone want some? Lots of them?!
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Life's hard when you're Chris Payze! Having said that, I'll go splitsies with you, these looks magical!
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Originally Posted by grantwestgarth View Post
Life's hard when you're Chris Payze! Having said that, I'll go splitsies with you, these looks magical!
Excellent that's reduced the price to a measly £75 each for the sizes I need! In all seriousness, I've emailed them to see if they will do small numbers.
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£75?!?! I retract my last comment, you're on your own!
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Originally Posted by grantwestgarth View Post
£75?!?! I retract my last comment, you're on your own!
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Maybe go to a scrap yard and get some
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