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Griplockties, reusable, rubber lined, super duty.

John E Davies

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I just stumbled across these and think they would be quite useful for securing stuff temporarily, for example where a small ball-type bungee might normally be used. At $0.50 each they are far too pricy for regular permanent jobs IMHO, unless you just have money to waste, or need it to look especially pretty... in the engine bay of a really nice car for example.



Has anyone used these, and can you comment? Recommended? What do you use them for?


John Davies

Spokane WA

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Those look great to me, for a few applications. 

They also sell in smaller quantities. 


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Bought some at EAA Airventure a couple years ago when they first came out. The rubber inserts protect from abrasion, so I can use them on an engine mount - where a standard nylon tie would be problematic. 

I haven’t  used them on anything other than on the airplanes, but they would probably be useful in other applications. As you mentioned, they aren’t inexpensive. 

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