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Redline Wiring - Tools for Wiring - A0250 Review

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Review of Redline Wiring A0250


Today we're going to be taking a look at part number A0250. This is the 3/4" metal loom clamp. The heavy duty wire loom clamp is made of a plated steel construction and it's also going to have that rubber sleeve that's designed to protect the loom and the cable, or the wires that run through it. It's going to hold it securely to a frame or panel surface. This part number is going to include one clamp. They're very versatile and can be used for many different applications.

It's going to measure 1/2" in width. The diameter of the mounting holes, those are going to measure 1/4". Then the opening for the wires, that's also going to measure 1/4". I have a piece of angle iron here today. This would resemble maybe mounting it to a trailer frame, but I just want to give you a visual example of how this would mount and hold your wires up and out of the way. what I would do first is simply just take my wires.

I'm using wires that would be connected to a standard four-way flat connector. We're going to have four wires. Each wires is going to be 16-gauge wiring. I place that inside my clamp and I close the clamp over the wiring. It's going to make my holes line up.

Already got a pre-drilled hole in my frame. I'd line up my hole there. You can use many different types of hardware. I'm simply just going to use a screw and then place a nut on the backside of it. Depending on your surface, you could use a screw, a bolt, a self-tapping screw, just whatever works for you. Your hardware is going to be sold separately.

Once you have that on there, you just tighten it down. You can see how that is going to secure the wires up and out of the way along whatever mounting surface you're going to be using these on. That's going to do it for our review of part number A0250. This is the 1/4" metal loom clamp. .


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