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  1. #1
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    What do you call these?

    Do any of you know the correct term for this style of grommet? Id like to buy a few exactly like the one in the photo, but for the life of me I cant seem to find them on the Internet searching with the key words that come to mind.

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    Thanks in advance

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    Stator wire grommet?
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    What is that on? A cable?
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    Correct ..... it’s definitely a Grommet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aulbaugh View Post
    Stator wire grommet?
    Yes, on a Trail Tech stator cable. Fits a Tri Z case perfectly and has a decent length of sheath molted onto it.

    Thanks guys!

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    Found some reproduction rubber for a 250/490 IT which as near as I can figure should fit a YZ or a Tri Z give or take an extra hole.

    Then I started looking for the black plastic sheath that most wiring you see exiting a stater cover pass-through. Once again I can’t seem to find anything, and I know that it’s got to be a commonly available item.

    All that seems to be out there are the braided nylon sheaths. If any of you know how to search for the black plastic, vinyl or whatever it is please let me know.

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    High temperature wire harness tubing
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    Big Bore 110 Pauter frame "The Bad"

    90 Bored and Stroked "The Ugly"

    110 Nickolson Bored and Stroked "Waterloo"
    flat track build.

    1974 original 90 X 2

    1974 Original 70.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Camexican View Post
    Found some reproduction rubber for a 250/490 IT which as near as I can figure should fit a YZ or a Tri Z give or take an extra hole.

    Then I started looking for the black plastic sheath that most wiring you see exiting a stater cover pass-through. Once again I can’t seem to find anything, and I know that it’s got to be a commonly available item.

    All that seems to be out there are the braided nylon sheaths. If any of you know how to search for the black plastic, vinyl or whatever it is please let me know.
    What about using shrink tubing and a hair dryer?? (Frank Zappa)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maico View Post
    What about using shrink tubing and a hair dryer?? (Frank Zappa)
    I’ve done that on some harnesses, but it’s nowhere near as pretty looking as the original sheath that they use from the factory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAM shop View Post
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    High temperature wire harness tubing
    Found this seller, thanks!

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/PVC-Tubing-...l/142593392133

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    I have the high temp soft tubing. DAM shop showed a pic of the same site I used to buy it from, now I buy it direct from the manufacture (around 1500ft min order).

    https://i.gyazo.com/d63309935dcce3af...ecbec55e5b.png

    I have 6mm, 8mm, and 10mm. I've tried other suppliers, but the tubing is always super stiff and not soft like OEM. Only that high gloss tubing even comes close to OEM.


    Here's a link to the store that I posted the link to the image of. Joe (the site owner) seems to be getting rid of the high gloss tubing.

    http://www.cycleterminal.com/sleeve-tubing.html


    I'd advise against heat shrink, most of them are rated for 60-80c for the shrinking temp, so normal usage temp should be lower than that. At least that's my view point on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ps2fixer View Post
    I have the high temp soft tubing. DAM shop showed a pic of the same site I used to buy it from, now I buy it direct from the manufacture (around 1500ft min order).

    https://i.gyazo.com/d63309935dcce3af...ecbec55e5b.png

    I have 6mm, 8mm, and 10mm. I've tried other suppliers, but the tubing is always super stiff and not soft like OEM. Only that high gloss tubing even comes close to OEM.


    Here's a link to the store that I posted the link to the image of. Joe (the site owner) seems to be getting rid of the high gloss tubing.

    http://www.cycleterminal.com/sleeve-tubing.html


    I'd advise against heat shrink, most of them are rated for 60-80c for the shrinking temp, so normal usage temp should be lower than that. At least that's my view point on it.
    If you're interested in redoing my harness from the stator plate to the first connector shoot me a PM with a price. I'd send you the stock parts as well as Ricky Stator ignition and lighting coils and the rubber grommet I just bought.

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    Use PS2 - He will make you a very nice harness, he found a great niche to excel in...
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