<VV> What is it & where can I get some?
vairmike at sbcglobal.net
Wed Oct 5 09:56:54 EDT 2005
I think around here I've heard it called "Gator Grommet". We use it
quite a bit also.
mhicks130 at cox.net wrote:
>Go to http://www.mcmaster.com/ catalog page 3483. They call it push on plastic edge trim. We used to use it at Northrop too.
>we used a product to protect wire bundles etc from chafing whenever
>they passed in the vicinity of a sheet metal edge. We called the stuff
>"tractor tread" because that's what it looked like. Looking at a cross
>section it was like a rectangular "U" shape. The sides of the "U" were
>about 1/8 inches long. The sides of the "U" were cut at intervals to allow
>the stuff to go around corners without kinking. For example, to protect an
>oval shaped hole, you'd just cut the correct length and place the material
>over the edge of the sheet metal.
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