Where can I buy loom tape?

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Oliver Sedlacek
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Where can I buy loom tape?

Post by Oliver Sedlacek »

You can buy insulating tape everywhere, but where can I get the non-sticky stuff?

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Post by brentp »

Do you mean the pressure sensitive vinyl type?

Elliott makes this type of tape:

http://www.egitape.com/
http://www.egitape.com/egi_AEW.pdf

Somewhat a speciality item- It's not for sale in many places.

You might get the same effect with the non-adhesive "self-fusing" silicone tape:
http://www.rescuetape.com

It's pretty cool stuff- good to have a roll or two in the toolbox.
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Post by david jenkins »

Do you REALLY want to use that stuff? It's fine if you never want to make changes to the wiring, otherwise it's a total PITA.

I would recommend split convoluted tubing - very neat, if done properly, and very easy to fix or adjust the wiring if you need to.

Just my 2p's worth!
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Post by Oliver Sedlacek »

I want stuff that isn't sticky

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Post by Gassed'58 »

Autosparks are well known in the classic car world and supply sundries too, try this link ( hope it works otherwise search " tape " )

http://www.autosparks.co.uk/advanced_se ... pe&x=9&y=8

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Post by Oliver Sedlacek »

Thanks. They call it harness tape!

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