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Old 28 June 2016, 10:41   #1
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Water hose cable ties

Does anybody know where I can purchase replacement cable ties similar to the ones in the link below

Cable Ties for hose and gaiter CTT20R (112-51919) | HellermannTyton
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Old 28 June 2016, 10:45   #2
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Searched the RS website & have called my local branch but they don't stock them
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Can't see them on Anixter, they have every other type
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Terminalsupply co.com got ctt20 r

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Personally, I don't see a huge advantage to those unless you have to have that small advantage in preventage leakage (which is unlikely with adequately tightened normal cable ties anyway.)

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Thanks for the replies, I'm replacing all the water hoses on my 150hp blackmax as I'm getting salt crystals around the lower heads, the hoses look like the originals from early 90's so when I replace I want to make sure there are no leaks under load
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Thanks Jeff for the heads up

http://www.hellermanntyton.co.uk/sit...t20r/112-51919
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