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Metal Loom Clamp -1/4"

Metal Loom Clamp -1/4"

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Trailer Wire Metal Loom Clamp - 1/4"

Heavy-duty wire loom clamp is made of plated steel with a rubber sleeve that protects the loom and cable, and holds it securely to a frame or panel surface.

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Video Transcript for Redline Wiring - Tools for Wiring - A0250 Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at part number A0250. This is the 3/4" metal loom clamp. The heavy duty wire loom clamp is made of a plated steel construction and it's also going to have that rubber sleeve that's designed to protect the loom and the cable, or the wires that run through it. It's going to hold it securely to a frame or panel surface. This part number is going to include one clamp. They're very versatile and can be used for many different applications.

It's going to measure 1/2" in width. The diameter of the mounting holes, those are going to measure 1/4". Then the opening for the wires, that's also going to measure 1/4". I have a piece of angle iron here today. This would resemble maybe mounting it to a trailer frame, but I just want to give you a visual example of how this would mount and hold your wires up and out of the way. what I would do first is simply just take my wires.

I'm using wires that would be connected to a standard four-way flat connector. We're going to have four wires. Each wires is going to be 16-gauge wiring. I place that inside my clamp and I close the clamp over the wiring. It's going to make my holes line up.

Already got a pre-drilled hole in my frame. I'd line up my hole there. You can use many different types of hardware. I'm simply just going to use a screw and then place a nut on the backside of it. Depending on your surface, you could use a screw, a bolt, a self-tapping screw, just whatever works for you. Your hardware is going to be sold separately.

Once you have that on there, you just tighten it down. You can see how that is going to secure the wires up and out of the way along whatever mounting surface you're going to be using these on. That's going to do it for our review of part number A0250. This is the 1/4" metal loom clamp. .

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Metal Loom Clamp -1/4" - A0250

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (64 Customer Reviews)


These little gems were exactly the right choice to secure my horse trailer brake wires to the frame and above the axle to prevent future snags from destroying my wiring.


Restoring a 1991 2 horse trailer. etrailer had all the exact lights made by Peterson, 35 years later.


Great product. I put my deck down with 1/4 inch cairrage bolts. I put these on under the crossmembers before the nut to secure wiring coming across to catch the marker lights on the fenders and the brake lights. made for a very clean job and nicely secures wires and keeps them from rubbing on the bolt threads.


I took a trailer with no deck to get rewired and new lights. They ran the wires across two crossmembers. When i put the new deck down and bolted it to the crossmembers, the bolts came fairly close to the wiring and i knew the wires would eventually wear on the threads. So i used the 1/4 inch clips to secure the wires right to the existing new deck bolts. made a very clean wiring job. Next time i will buy the wire and lights at etrailer and install it myself this way.


Works great to keep power wire away from moving parts and neatly tucked away


installed on trailer to hold all electrical wires. They have held up fantastic and I will order more when I use my present supply up.

David S.


fantastic, the perfect clamp for wires on a trailer


I purchased the both the hitch and proper wiring harness for my 2014 Kia Sorento from

They arrived quickly and in excellent condition.

The hitch install was fairly easy and the fit was excellent.

This is the second product I have purchased from and both were excellent experiences.


I used these to run new wiring for my trailer. Made the wiring neat and secure.

George F.


Havent had any issues. Wiring is perfect


Good Product. I am a guy that likes a challenge although this wasen't much of one.. easy instructions, straight forward application and tools this was a fun project. my best advice would be if you're putting together a project of sorts make sure you speak to a rep before you order, that way all the parts you order work well together..


Received my towbar, Airforce One and lighting kit in less than a week! Great videos and knowledgeable people, can't wait to get everything installed this week and get on the road. Thanks Susan and George for such a wonderful experience.


Great performance as a retrofit kit on my (originally unbraked) 2015 TAG Max. Amazing value and the customer support from was fantastic. I will return for any further trailer needs.




Made installing the trailer wiring harness on my van easier with these clips when I ran the wire underneath the van to the battery.


All items in the order for trailer wiring components were exactly what I ordered and all items were delivered promptly. Good communication from Etrailer with reasonable prices, and FREE SHIPPING!! Nice.


It is a wonderful product and hopefully it will prevent my ground wire from breaking at the connector.


Ordered a pile of stuff to do a complete trailer rewire.... all was perfect!! I'll be back for my next project!


I am very happy with the quality of the products and the service! Most of all I want to compliment you on the instructional videos included in your websit. They are simple to follow, informative and answered several questions I had about the products and the installation. I will definitely be back when needed and highly recommend!!


I bought these 1/4" to hold wire in place down each side of the trailer. I like the padded surface that will not chafe the wires. It helped make my installation neater and more solid.


Needed 1/2 " loom clip for wiring harness, once I got the right size it worked great.


The staff at had my order filled and at my doorstep in 3 days. Amazing service and one stop shopping for high quality parts. I added them to my favorites list.


Did the job, and kept my trailer wires neatly secured to my trailer.


The wire clamp was very good and clamping the wire, but did not come with a self-drilling metal screw as expected, so it took me longer to find a screw than it did to fasten the wire.


Install went exactly as described in the installation video, I did the work myself with a set of ramps to elevate half the van at a time.


Good product, but it would be better if a self-tapping machine screw was provided.


Quality clamp makes for clean installat ion

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