Line Clamps - Clamp It

Line Clamps You Need

Rick Amado Apr 1, 2001 0 Comment(s)

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What: Adel clamps (left) are available in sizes from 3/16 to 11-1/2 inches in diameter. Anodized billet hose separators (right) are available in 1/4-inch in clear, red, and blue, 9/16-inch in red and blue, 5/8-inch in red and blue, and 13/16-inch in blue only.

How much: Adel clamps are around $2 each, and the aluminum hose separators are around $10 each.

Where: Goodridge Inc., Torrance, CA, 310/533-1924.

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What: Stainless steel line clamps are available in single, double, and combinations from 3/16 to 7/8 inches.

How much: Single, 3/16- to 1/2-inch, 12-pack: $14.95. Single, 5/8- to 7/8-inch, 8 pack: $14.95. Double, 3/16x3/16 to 1/2x1/2, 6-pack: $14.95. Double, 5/8x5/8 to 7/8x7/8, 4-pack: $14.95. Combination, 3/16x3/8 and 5/16x3/8, 6-pack: $14.95. All packages include stainless 10-32 button-head Allen and stainless sheet metal screws.

Where: Kugel Komponents, La Habra, CA, 562/691-7006, www.kugelkomponents.com.

Line clamps. They’re one of those tiny things that tend to get overlooked when building a car—right up until it’s time to run the fluid lines. The good news is that you’re no longer stuck with zip ties and duct tape. Line clamps these days are made from stainless steel, aluminum—even nylon. There’s such a wide variety of styles, shapes, and colors that we’re sure you’ll find one to fit your project.

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