Stainless Jamb-to-Post Wire Looms
Features: With the Electric-Life Billet Wire Looms running wires above your hinges has never been easier. No big lock nut, no big clumsy wrench, just a small billet collar and set screw. Insulated with a PTFE lining, the Billet Wire Looms provide RF insulation and waterproofing. Electric-Life's looms are the largest around utilizing a 1/2-inch opening.
- High quality 5/8" braided steel line.
- PTFE inner-liner adds strength and rigidity.
- 7/16" internal diameter allows up to (8) 14-gauge wire pass-through
Electric Life's Door Jam Wire Looms are a great solution to an OE Loom to run wires threw your door. Offered in stainless billet or flexible rubber these jamb-to-post Wire Looms solve the age old problem of passing wire between the jamb and post. Wire Looms provide RF insulation, waterproofing and protection from the elements. Also eliminates rubbing and kinking. Applications available for standard or suicide doors.
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WARNING: The wires of these products contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.