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Old 01-06-2013, 07:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey this might not apply to everyone but was at the new store in Naperville and they had a variety pack of this stuff for $4. I was seriously looking for this when I did the rear tailight but couldn't find any so I jury rigged some sheathing and electrical tape. Would have preferred this.

Like I said only saw it at Naperville and didn't see it online. Comes with 4 feet each of 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 3/4 and 1 inch all in black. Come spring I'm sure there will be a few wiring projects like the heated grips to put this to good use. Late fall was tough on my hands even with new gloves.
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Old 01-06-2013, 10:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Here is a link to some very cool wiring products. I used this store on my Dodge Charger for show and go. Great resource.

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We use the Flexo F6 at work on the vehicles we make. Very clean looking product. Used a little on my bike for the LED accent lights. Great product .

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Old 01-08-2013, 07:58 AM   #4 (permalink)
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BillyD66 - I used the same stuff from Harbor Freight and had no issues. It works very well. Harbor Freight is a great place to get decent tools. Be sure to sign up for their flyer. Usually every other month you will get a big flyer in the mail with a bunch of coupons. I usually go through it each time and pick up a few things. I know they are not the top of the line tools, but for the prices it is great to stock up on a variety of tools. Just remember to take your flyer and have them scan your code so you will keep getting the flyers. I just stopped in this past weekend.
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n my area we have a few stores called Northern Tools. A toy store for men. The store has everything u can think of with quality tools and machines. And then there's harbor freight. Great stuff in there as well. Not quality as Northern, but if your looking for smaller things like shrink tubes, gloves, and other small accessories. Harbor freight is where to go. I like shopping in both stores and there like 5 min away from each other.
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Harbor Freight has its share of cheap crap but I have many items that I bought from them over 30 years ago & still use today. The heat shrink packs I buy from Harbor Freight have different colors & works well.
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I bought the wire spool this weekend for $40, has 12 spools.
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