Metal Loom Clamp - 1/2"

Metal Loom Clamp - 1/2"

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Trailer Wire Metal Loom Clamp - 1/2"

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 1/2 Inch Metal Loom Clamp Review

Today in this Old Trailer, we're going to review and install the Redline Metal Loom Clamp, part number A0500. The Redline Metal Loom Clamp is a solid band that goes all the way around with two pre-drilled holes, then has a coating that will help protect the wire once you squeeze it down and secure it. Slide the clamp on, close down, and I'm going to use my self tapping screw to secure it. That will do it for the review and install of the Redline half inch Metal Loom Clamp, part number A0500 on this Old Trailer. .


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Metal Loom Clamp - 1/2" - A0500

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (61 Customer Reviews)


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These a great help in rewiring my trailer. Work better than expected! 8924



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ordered got it. what else cani say. they do what they say. and do it well. thanks ETRAILER 121018



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I am glad I came upon this site. The staff is friendly courteous and helpful. Since I live in Canada it is a big problem if I had to send items back across the border to etrailer if the items were not what I thought they were. The short videos that etrailer provides with each product is extremely helpful in determining to purchase or not. Thank you for that feature. Knowing a little about video production and the costs associated with that, it must cost etrailer a pile to give us (the consumers) what appears to be a simple addition on their site Thanks again guys/gals 396629



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Worked as expected. Would like to see them sold as a package with self tapping screws, would have saved a trip to the hardware store. 699465



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Worked as advertised. Good fit for protective cable carrying trailer wiring which was a 3/8 diameter. I used 1/4" stainless steel bolts with locking nuts to secure the A0500 to trailer frame. 673535



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Nice and heavy made 668182



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Helped keep my install nice and tidy. 667360



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All of the products I ordered were what I expected in quality from etrailer.com. I have purchased from them many years past and that is why I continue to do so. 593220



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Bought in conjunction with other items to rewire trailer. Works as advertised. Speedy delivery. 568948



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Worked well to secure my 6 wire trailer harness to the tongue. 527172



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Simple and fit the 7 pin round cord. 513583



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Great product - hard to find. 507979



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Kind of a basic thing but gave it a nice finished professional look. Nice 499471



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It's a clamp, what more can I say. 492762


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After a year everything is still working great. Love the products purchased and if Im in the need for more trailer supplies etrailer is the place for me.

William B - 04/09/2019

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Fine clip. 489934



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I purchased 3 of these based on the recommendation of the video I watched for installing my trailer plug. It was a wise choice as these ensure the wire stays far away from the hot exhaust. Thanks! 477992



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Used it great 418320



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GREAT ITEM WORKS WELL. 390217



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I received my wiring harness and other components on the day in which they were promised for delivery. I had already viewed one of your posted videos on how to re-wire a utility trailer so I promptly installed the wiring harness and connected it to the lights which I had already mounted. Everything worked great! This was the first time I had re-wired a trailer and was initially apprehensive about doing the job myself. Your video made the difference! I have marked your website URL for future reference. You will be my "go to" site for trailer accessories and information. 380524



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Will work great for mounting the wire l oom 359911



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Well made and will hold the cable coiled securely 349644



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Worked as expected 345183



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IT WORKS JUST FINE. 347126



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good holder. still holding strong after one year. 342969



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All the phone calls where excellent and helpful to get the products I needed. The shipping was fast. great place to get all my hitch and trailer needs. 341298



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Received order promptly and created a nice secure wiring route. 336765



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Great product, very handy. 314500



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Good quality. Should be pre-bent into position because you'll be under the car/truck when you install it. These will hold your brake controller cable running forward securely. I used a combination of these clamps and zip ties. 313642



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Ordered a pile of stuff to do a complete trailer rewire.... all was perfect!! I'll be back for my next project! 316472



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Quality clamp, will buy again 310691



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Worked well for connecting trailer harness to trailer, good quality. 299706



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I've made 2 purchases from etrailer.com in the past 3 weeks. Shipping was fast, the price was competitive and all items purchased were as stated in the descriptions. This is my go to site for any of my future needs. 300081



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Perfect for installing Firestone Coil-Rite Air Helper Springs! 295057



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Better than expected 293041



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Great product and fast delivery. 292661



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Works for it's intended purpose. 264508


Comments

Still holding strong

Tony A - 07/06/2017

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I used these clamps to replace the very rusted set on my trailer. I was able to fit a 14/6 cable with a 1/2" dia. protective plastic loom, and a brake wire pair into them. It was a tight fit, but they are holding securely. Great price and service from etrailer. 243705



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This did the chore. The padding/anti-slip material has held up well even though it has had 100% exposure to the Texas sun (and volatile weather) for the past year. 239331



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Well built 231913



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Good quality 231382



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installatiin was a snap with the video as a guide. The only problem I encountered was not fitting very well under the dash with my 6'4" frame. 212205



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Fit well cable well. Easy to manipulate and install. Would be nice if it came with self tapping screws. 208301



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good product.....puts just the right amount of tension of the new four foot trailer harness I purchased at the same time. Installation looks very professional. 201398



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Ended up not using. Will keep for other uses. Handy clamps 157148



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Works great...as intended. 151083


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Holding strong

RP - 09/15/2015

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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. 149957



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These were high quality and I am happy with my purchase. So much better than the cheap plastic ones they sell at the home improvement stores. 146451


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Flawless.

Kelly H - 08/12/2015

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Brake assy. easy install.. Great ! I did not use the cut washers. Used thread lock instead. With cut washer & nut combined not enough thread bite on brake stud. Loom clamps & clips worked great. Used 10 gauge wire for brakes as your suggestion. Trailer had small gauge wire. Looked like #14 or #16 gauge. It was fried ! Had to order type 11 circuit breakers one 30amp. & one 40amp. Bad breakaway switch also replaced. Some one missed wired wiring. Had axels flipped. Thanks for wiring diagrams on your sight.. Travel trailer had a major melt down. Did not catch fire but some wood under side was burnt. Had to trace all wiring to see any further damage. Just only on brake side was the problem. Now my brake system is back to working. Brake control working now ! .That's what led me to know something was wrong. Thank you for your web sight. And thank your staff for their professional work. Their experience shows it. Your friend John R. 141886



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Easy Peezy lemon squeezy. 10 minutes! The only downside was I had planned on working in this my entire Saturday afternoon and ended up having to do lawn work. 120106



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Just what I needed. 117504


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