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# 138632 11-Jan-2014 07:52
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Hey, 

Just wondering if anyone wants to give me or sell me about 5m of Catenary wire?
- I just need it for pulling the odd piece of draw wire / pull thru wires and I cant seem to find a wholesaler that sells by the metre. 

Location: Christchurch

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  # 965052 11-Jan-2014 11:17
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If you want to pull through a pipe, then all you need is a vacuum cleaner and light string and a tissue. Takes longer to setup than to pull through 20m of flexible corrugated pipe ;-).




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  # 965229 11-Jan-2014 20:24
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I will have to remember that one for next time I run a cable in conduit :-)

I normally use the white flexible curtain wire for net curtains, cheap and flexible.

The guy who installed our burglar alarm used a bit of pen chain on a piece of sting ( can only go down )

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  # 965424 12-Jan-2014 13:02
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Niel: If you want to pull through a pipe, then all you need is a vacuum cleaner and light string and a tissue. Takes longer to setup than to pull through 20m of flexible corrugated pipe ;-).


Thanks, it more for dangling down inside a wall and then pulling thru cable down through the wall and out again. (duct and holes already in place).

After that use, it will be to just use as a 'extentsion to my arms' and pull thru lots of cable instead of threading them one at a time and having to crawl into a tight space and crawl out for each piece of cable. Catenary seems to be the 'bees knees' of draw wire ! 



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