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Metal Loom Clamp - 1/2"

Metal Loom Clamp - 1/2"

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Trailer Wire Metal Loom Clamp - 1/2"

Heavy-duty wire loom clamp is made of plated steel with a rubber sleeve that protects the loom and cable, and holds it securely to a frame or panel surface.





A0500 Metal Loom Clamp - 1/2"





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Video Transcript for Redline 1/2 Inch Metal Loom Clamp Review

Today in this Old Trailer, we're going to review and install the Redline Metal Loom Clamp, part number A0500. The Redline Metal Loom Clamp is a solid band that goes all the way around with two pre-drilled holes, then has a coating that will help protect the wire once you squeeze it down and secure it. Slide the clamp on, close down, and I'm going to use my self tapping screw to secure it. That will do it for the review and install of the Redline half inch Metal Loom Clamp, part number A0500 on this Old Trailer. .


Customer Reviews

Metal Loom Clamp - 1/2" - A0500

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (87 Customer Reviews)


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Good quality. I used self- tapping screws to secure wire to trailer frame.



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Worked very well in my 2015 Siena and rides very stable after installation! Very good product quality!



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Used these clamps to secure the brake lines on a disc brake conversion. Worked great!



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Skip the zip tie and don’t be a hack



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I received my wiring harness and other components on the day in which they were promised for delivery. I had already viewed one of your posted videos on how to re-wire a utility trailer so I promptly installed the wiring harness and connected it to the lights which I had already mounted. Everything worked great! This was the first time I had re-wired a trailer and was initially apprehensive about doing the job myself. Your video made the difference! I have marked your website URL for future reference. You will be my "go to" site for trailer accessories and information.



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Worked as advertised. Good fit for protective cable carrying trailer wiring which was a 3/8 diameter. I used 1/4" stainless steel bolts with locking nuts to secure the A0500 to trailer frame.



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Brake assy. easy install.. Great ! I did not use the cut washers. Used thread lock instead. With cut washer & nut combined not enough thread bite on brake stud. Loom clamps & clips worked great. Used 10 gauge wire for brakes as your suggestion. Trailer had small gauge wire. Looked like #14 or #16 gauge. It was fried ! Had to order type 11 circuit breakers one 30amp. & one 40amp. Bad breakaway switch also replaced. Some one missed wired wiring. Had axels flipped. Thanks for wiring diagrams on your sight.. Travel trailer had a major melt down. Did not catch fire but some wood under side was burnt. Had to trace all wiring to see any further damage. Just only on brake side was the problem. Now my brake system is back to working. Brake control working now ! .That's what led me to know something was wrong. Thank you for your web sight. And thank your staff for their professional work. Their experience shows it. Your friend John R.



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Exactly what I needed to complete my in stallation



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Worked as expected. Would like to see them sold as a package with self tapping screws, would have saved a trip to the hardware store.



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I used these clamps to replace the very rusted set on my trailer. I was able to fit a 14/6 cable with a 1/2" dia. protective plastic loom, and a brake wire pair into them. It was a tight fit, but they are holding securely. Great price and service from etrailer.



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Perfect for installing Firestone Coil-Rite Air Helper Springs!



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Good quality. Should be pre-bent into position because you'll be under the car/truck when you install it. These will hold your brake controller cable running forward securely. I used a combination of these clamps and zip ties.



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ordered got it. what else cani say. they do what they say. and do it well. thanks ETRAILER



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Worked great



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Worked as they should



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Great product at a great price. I was securing battery cables on a race car when I ran out of clamps. I found e-trailer on line and ordered the parts on a Sunday night. Parts were delivered to my door on a Wed! I will order from e-trailer again, great timely delivery.



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All items in the order for trailer wiring components were exactly what I ordered and all items were delivered promptly. Good communication from Etrailer with reasonable prices, and FREE SHIPPING!! Nice.



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I am glad I came upon this site. The staff is friendly courteous and helpful. Since I live in Canada it is a big problem if I had to send items back across the border to etrailer if the items were not what I thought they were. The short videos that etrailer provides with each product is extremely helpful in determining to purchase or not. Thank you for that feature. Knowing a little about video production and the costs associated with that, it must cost etrailer a pile to give us (the consumers) what appears to be a simple addition on their site Thanks again guys/gals



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good product.....puts just the right amount of tension of the new four foot trailer harness I purchased at the same time. Installation looks very professional.



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I bought these 1/2" to hold the corrugated plastic wire loom in place down the undersides of the trailer. They worked ok, but they did smash it down a bit. That's ok for this installation as there was plenty of room for wires, but be aware of the tight fit.



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I've made 2 purchases from etrailer.com in the past 3 weeks. Shipping was fast, the price was competitive and all items purchased were as stated in the descriptions. This is my go to site for any of my future needs.



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Worked well to secure my 6 wire trailer harness to the tongue.



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installatiin was a snap with the video as a guide. The only problem I encountered was not fitting very well under the dash with my 6'4" frame.



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Product worked as advertised, however, the eye holes are a bit of a small diameter. I had to drill them out a bit to enlarge them for use on my trailer wiring. Otherwise, the came exactly as purchased. Thanks MJV Pennsylvania



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Worked well for connecting trailer harness to trailer, good quality.


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    If your boat trailer has a frame design that will directly accept the clip-in-place Redline # 464600 frame clips then this will be your easiest installation. We do also offer 1/2-inch metal loom clamp # A0500 from Redline that has plated steel construction and a rubber sleeve to prevent friction damage to the wire or tubing secured in it. The enamel-finish clips # 464600 could still be spray-painted with an additional coating of paint for extra protection from corrosion, and this could...
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    The outer diameter of the 3/8 inch inner diameter wire loom part # 39035 that you referenced is 1/2 inch. So for clamps you'd want the 1/2 inch clamps part # A0500.
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    3 gauge wire is about 0.229 inches in diameter, so Wire Loom 3/8" Diameter like # 39035 will give it enough space for safety without further restricting the wire for heat dispersion. It will also avoid pinching or crimping the wire. You can use the Metal Loom Clamp - 1/2" # A0500 to secure it if desired. Technically this loom could hold up to 00 gauge wire (0.365 inches diameter).
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    The height of the Wire Frame Clip, item # 464600, is 1-1/2 inches, width is 1/2 inch, width for wire capacity is 3/8 inch and the frame depth is 5/16 of an inch. Constructed of spring steel and has a black enamel finish. Metal Looms are also available and we have the 1/2 inch, item # A0500, and the 1/4 inch, item # A0250, which are installed usually with self tapping screws.
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  • Screws to Use with the Wire Loom Clamp part # A0500
    You would want to use some self-tapping screws like the part # FA1131822. These would not require you drill a pilot hole. Just line the screw up where you want it through the Loom part # A0500 and let the drill bit end of the screw drill the needed hole and the threads will pull it through and secure it.
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  • Will the 1/2 Inch Metal Loom Clamps Work On a 5/16 Inch Frame Rail
    Yes, the Metal Loom Clamp part # A0500 will work on a trailer frame that is 5/16" thick. The Metal Loom Clamp will actually work on pretty much any frame thickness but you will need to make note of the size screw used. I recommend the Hex Screw part # 101131802 for a 5/16" thick frame as it is 1/2" long. The Wire Loom part # 459075 can then be added to protect your wiring. I have attached a list of our other wiring accessories for you below as well.
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    Yes, you can use Metal Loom Clamp - 1/2" # A0500 with Wire Loom 3/8" Diameter # 39035. It will secure the loom to your frame but it will not clamp tightly around it. If you want a tight fit at the clamps you can use 3/4" x 60' Electrical Tape to close the loom at that location and make it your desired thickness for clamping. If you want a perfect fit, I recommend the Wire Loom, 1/2" Diameter (per Foot) # 459075-1.
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