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Polyethylene Flexible Split Loom Tubing 3/8 Inch Diameter Coil Black

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Cable Length: 25ft

Polyethylene Flexible Split Loom Tubing 3/8" Diameter 25Ft 50ft or 100 Feet Long Coil - Black

The Wires Zone standard 3/8" diameter loom will work with various automotive, marine, and industrial wiring applications. Polyethylene slit loom has become one of the most popular conduits for holding groups of wires in position and protecting the wires against abrasion and crushing. When bent or twisted, the split basically remains closed. Quality control throughout its extrusion allows uniform thickness for the entire run length.

  • Black Polyethylene
  • Inner Diameter: 0.38 Inch
  • Outer Diameter: 0.50 Inch
  • Length: 25, 50, 100 Ft


  • Material: High-Quality Polyethylene - Our Polyethylene Conduit Tubing is almost twice the density of our nearest competitor. Guaranteed to outlast and outperform any other Polyethylene Conduit Tubing being sold today. Flexible Ribbed Tube Design allows for a clean and easy install
  • Resistant to abrasions, gasoline, oil, and other harmful chemicals
  • Ideal for a wide range of applications: automotive, marine, industrial, office, home, etc.
  • Operating range of -40 to 200?F (-40?C to 93?C)
  • Sizes are measured by the inner diameter

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