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Old 07-21-2007, 07:55 PM
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i found these searching around looking for a alternative to using plastic ties to clamp stainless lines..

i found some in aluminum , but who knows how long that would last..

these are made by "made for you products" out of Dupont nylon...

come in all different sizes and colors...

a set of -12AN was only $10.63



got them from www.centuryperformance.com..

thought i would pass this along.......
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Great, now I gotta re-rig

Cool find, thanks for sharing!!!
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I saw them using some of the single tee clamps on Musclecar on Spike recently. Looked pretty cool.
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I spent a small fortune having the exact same thing made out of aluminum and powdercoated. Crap.
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2112,
What's wrong with your motors???? The distributors are at the wrong end.....are the motors in backwards???


Very, very nice looking piece.
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2112,
I was fortunate to see your boat at the factory before it was delivered. Love the paint! Classsic with a spin on it.
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Thanks Guys
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Question? How do you fasten to hull and are the screws brass or what? Does look real good.
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they have a stainless bolt and a "nut inset " that holds the nut in place.

the bolt has a good half inch left when tightened...

www.made4uproducts.com

the ones pictured are the double place t clamp.
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