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Old 12-02-2012, 07:11 PM   #1
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Tie wraps and other consumables

This is a pretty good supplier, especially for heat shrink and heat shrink terminals. Unfortunately, you need a catalogue to order from them (no website) but they're super efficient, with next day delivery.

Cheaper than Wurth too.....
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Old 12-02-2012, 07:13 PM   #2
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And if you need tinned, or just multi strand copper, then this company is excellent, and you can buy by the metre or roll.

http://www.autoelectricsupplies.co.uk/home
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Tony, you're a saint. I can't stand dealing with Wurth, are their heat shrink terminals of the same quality with adhesive/sealing lining?

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This is a pretty good supplier, especially for heat shrink and heat shrink terminals. Unfortunately, you need a catalogue to order from them (no website) but they're super efficient, with next day delivery.

Cheaper than Wurth too.....
Hi Tony, Long time.

I will be back into my project very soon now, so these could be helpful to me. The website is finished and open now, so I have some free time, to play.

This is the very reason why I designed and built the site, it's a nightmare trying to find anything here.

Time to get the engines out of moth balls and get them running!

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TRy www.Mcmaster.com they have a 4000 page cat. of every possible thing from glues to nuts and bolts

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Old 25-02-2012, 05:46 PM   #7
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McMasters are excellent, just a shame they are 1 ocean and 3000 miles away.
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This is a pretty good supplier, especially for heat shrink and heat shrink terminals. Unfortunately, you need a catalogue to order from them (no website) but they're super efficient, with next day delivery.

Cheaper than Wurth too.....
I used to get most of my terminals from them, their cable ties are also the best price at the time & they do the screw eye cable ties. I however havn't used them since i sold up 4 years ago but i do know they are considerably cheaper than Wurth and as good.
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