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Self Wrapping Split Braided Sleeve, 1/2"

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This unique laterally split, semi-rigid braided sleeving is as easy to install as common corrugated loom, but provides much better cut and abrasion resistance and a more professional appearance.

The monofilament is lighter weight and more flexible than corrugated loom and does not trap moisture inside. It is also highly resistant to petroleum based fluids and is unaffected by exposure to UV light. Rated for continuous operation from -75°C to 125°C (-103°F to 257°F). The nominal 1/2" diameter allows for a 25% overlap.

Use our Split Loom Insertion Tool Kit (Part No. 4018-001, sold separately) to quickly and easily guide your wires bundle into this sleeve.

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Self Wrapping Split Braided Sleeve, 1/2", per foot

$1.29In Stock

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Self Wrapping Split Braided Sleeve, 1/2" 100 foot spool

$96.99In Stock

wire sleve


does a nice job .would be easier if i had bought the tool for installation.


stanford ky


I would buy this product again.


I really like the braided wire wrap. It's much easier to work with than plastic wrap, covers and looks great.


San Diego, Ca


Durable, easy to use


I've bought a few hundred feet of different types of loom for the rally car that I'm rewiring. This stuff is the most durable. So durable, in fact, I'm worried about it wearing through anything it touches. 1/2" is the perfect size. 2 gauge battery cable fits perfectly. It'll also fit a few 14 gauge wires, or a lot of 18 gauge wires. This, along with some 1" loom for the big bundles (like the bundle for the tail lights) would cover most of a rewire of a rally or street car. The only problem also happens to be the durability. This stuff is difficult to cut compared to the cheap loom you can get anywhere. Then when it is cut, it likes to fray. I use the hot air tip on my soldering iron to melt the frayed ends. Actually putting in the wires and running it along the car is really easy. It slides better than the cheap stuff, and you won't end up with a huge slice in it from pulling it through an un-grommeted hole or around a sharp edge.


Portland, OR


Works Great


Cleaned up the wiring on a short course off-road UTV running the SR1 class in Arizona. Perfect for post wiring projects that already have the plugs attached.

Rescue1 AZ



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