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Install Bay IBR42

1/2" flex loom tubing (7 feet)

Item # 120IBR42

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Item # 120IBR42

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$3.99

About the Install Bay IBR42

This Install Bay IBR42 package includes 7 feet of 1/2" flex loom tubing. Use the tubing to organize and protect multiple wires, while giving your installation a professional look. Guarantee: 60 days.

What's in the box:

  • 7' Length of flex loom tubing (1/2" in diameter)
MFR #IBR42

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Which size would be best fit for 1/0 gauge wire; 3/8" or 1/2"?
[ Paul  Dec 12, 2016 ]
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Hello, 1/2" would be a little tight. 5/8" would be better for 1/0. 3/8" more for 2 gauge in my opinion.
[ Wayne  Dec 17, 2016 ]
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I believe I got the 1/2" which is larger than 3/8" and it did not fit the 1/0 gauge. I was told it would fit however this was not the case unfortunately. I ended up using 3/4 or 1", I can't remember. Keep in mind you have to account for the casing around the wire.
[ MICHAEL  Dec 12, 2016 ]

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