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Topic # 72504 27-Nov-2010 14:00 Send private message

Looking to buy some Dynamix 20m x 15mm or Dynamix 20m x 20mm.
At this stage I only need it for 5 power cables, but sods law says that you will get another device.
So 6 cables. I think 20mm would be best, but I have never used it before.
Do you need the tool?





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  Reply # 410233 27-Nov-2010 15:57 Send private message

I used this about 2 weeks ago, each pack comes with the tool to clip over the cables and feed them inside the loom.



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  Reply # 410891 29-Nov-2010 21:30 Send private message

The reason why I asked about the tool is that some NZ web sites specifically say, for some lengths, that the tool is not included.

Anyway, I ordered the 20m x 20mm on Sunday evening and it had arrived by Monday afternoon (ascent.co.nz), so fantastic service by all.

Tbe tool was included but there were no instructions.

I found some instructions on the dynamix.co.nz web site. The tool looked a little different but I figured it out and the cable tidy has worked well.

The tool is a little flimsy and the clip which holds the tool together comes out the tool easily.





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  Reply # 410928 29-Nov-2010 22:24 Send private message

I don't know the answer, but they sound handy, any chance you can link to the product? I could do with them myself and can't see them on the ascent website.




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  Reply # 410987 30-Nov-2010 08:10 Send private message

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I bought this:
http://www.ascent.co.nz/productspecification.aspx?ItemID=365238

it wasn't the cheapest price, but I have dealt with them before.





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  Reply # 410990 30-Nov-2010 08:17 Send private message

Ta :)




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