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Old 12 April 2013, 14:53   #21
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If you want to be fussy do it correctly with a big head cable fixing


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Old 12 April 2013, 15:52   #22
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Cable tie brackets without the sticky pad on the back, roughen them up with some 40 grit and use a 2 pack epoxy or we use Plexus... Works every time
Pretty much what I did, screw type cable tie saddles roughed up and bonded with Araldite
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Old 12 April 2013, 16:10   #23
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or ct1 very good
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If you can use screws I got some SS p clips with rubber inserts
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Cheers for all the offers guys, I think I've sorted it now though. Araldite apparently bonds them in without an issue

Having already built the loom , I'm not really up for dismantling the whole thing in order to glass stuff in.
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It does make me wonder why nobody makes flat/glueable cable tie mounts out of anything other than nylon because the sticky pads they use are abysmal.
If you're talking about the double-stick foam, an acetone wash helps those too. Wet the adhesive, and stick it on pretty quickly. Might have to hold it in place for a few seconds to allow the solvent to flash off. Helps quite a bit.

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Cheers for all the offers guys, I think I've sorted it now though. Araldite apparently bonds them in without an issue

Having already built the loom , I'm not really up for dismantling the whole thing in order to glass stuff in.
The RS ones stick with sikaflex ok. Other than that is was epoxy glue for me with an acetone wipe first. Goes off quicker as well.
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I know it's done now but I made some more nugent style today thought i would share my idea


10mm fomex cross drilled and ruffed up one side silka flex where required simples
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O'fish'l glue on surf leash plugs work great if you can find them.
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I used some actual box conduit on the last toy, glued it in place with araldite and ran the cable through this, a long section within the console and a couple of small piece around the battery unit. Works better than cable ties.
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