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Old 15 April 2015, 07:32   #1
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electric cables inside console

Hello,

I have decided to change cables inside steering console. I replaced wires and terminals as well as terminal blocks.
I have only one problem: I cannot stick wires to the console. I have tried with glue (cold, hot) and without success.

Is anyone who can advice how to stick them inside console to hide them and keep close to console surface?

THX.
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Glue a plate of waterproof multiplex (which is treated) and you can fix the cables to the wood.
Otherwise use the bolds of you screen to fix the woodplate..
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Use GRP bonding paste (East Coast GRP supplie) to stck cable tie bases to console.
Cable tie bases from RS Components of Farnell.

151-28349 - HELLERMANN TYTON - CABLE TIE MOUNT,4.1MM,PA66,NATURAL,PK100 | Farnell element14.

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