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Old 25th Jul 2021, 8:09 pm   #1
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Default PVC/silicone plastic grip fluted tubing

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I'm hoping someone can help. I'm after this kind of fluted/ribbed plastic/pvc/silicone tubing as per the pic. I've searched high and low but can't find any anywhere except in a biggish size, ie around 10-15mm diameter. In any case the seller had something like 100m minimum order. I really need some about 5 or 6 mm. Has anyone ever come across it?

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Old 25th Jul 2021, 10:41 pm   #2
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Default Re: PVC/silicone plastic grip fluted tubing

Does it have to be waterproof? I've put wires into shoe laces before now and they look pretty good. Just cut the ferrule off the end then carefully melt the end of the tube or just a quick dip into Evostik. Join all the wires together in a bit of heatshrink then they will slide easily through the shoe lace.
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