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G13BLocost

posted on 19/5/19 at 05:24 PM Reply With Quote
Show us your looms

Hello!

I am currently packaging my headlight and indicator looms and I was wondering how you guys attached then to the mounts for IVA? My light mounts are made of 3/4 inch tube.

Tiewraps are a no-no because of radius rules, so what's the best way to make sure their secured but also not going to fair l IVA?

All ideas welcome

Cheers,
Josh





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40inches

posted on 20/5/19 at 08:22 AM Reply With Quote
I used shower hose and tight grommets, the shower hose is stainless and has a ptfe liner, and is cheap as chips
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nick205

posted on 20/5/19 at 11:17 AM Reply With Quote
SVA not IVA, but I used split tubular plastic corrugated conduit over my headlamp wires.


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miskit

posted on 20/5/19 at 09:51 PM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by 40inches
I used shower hose and tight grommets, the shower hose is stainless and has a ptfe liner, and is cheap as chips



GENIUS! That is a brilliant idea.

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G13BLocost

posted on 21/5/19 at 05:11 AM Reply With Quote
Thankyou for the pictures everyone





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