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Old 01-08-2011, 05:18 PM   #1
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Cover for unsitely wires

I am trying to find a cover for some wires that are going to be exposed in the bus. I have been looking on ebay and even Googled but I cant find what I really need.
Thought somebodt on here may have had the same problem. Thought I was looking for something that looked like the cord that goes from a telephone to the handheld piece of the telephone. You know the one that knots up all the time. Seems like I saw a cover like that before...
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Old 01-08-2011, 05:52 PM   #2
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found it at cabletiesandmore.com
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Slip it through some flexi (or not flexible) pipping or hosing.
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Re: Cover for unsitely wires

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... Thought I was looking for something that looked like the cord that goes from a telephone to the handheld piece of the telephone. You know the one that knots up all the time. Seems like I saw a cover like that before...
Sounds like a wire loom but they don't curl up. Only other thing I know of would be something like "Wiremold". It's for surface run electrical. They also have electrical boxes for installation of receptacles, switches, and (I think light) fixtures.

http://www.lowes.com/pd_109199-170-B...wire%2Bchannel
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