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Looking for a rubber clamp with an eyelet.

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by gerbils, 2 Dec 2019 at 5:00 PM.

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    Does this device have to solidly clamp onto the tubing, Mr. G or just slide?
    If its just for location, maybe a 'P' Pipe clip would suffice.
    John :)
     
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    Unfortunately needs to be 100% a solid fix.
     
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    Scaffold fitting and old inner tube :censored:
     
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    What is it being used for?
    supporting a picture frame or holding your weight?

    Knowing this helps someone know wtf they are looking for - something plastic or something much better made.
     
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    http://www.doughty-engineering.co.uk/shop/21/index.htm

    If you are lifting or suspending any load then you MUST use fittings that are designed and certified for the loads. Unless this is a home diy you are subject to LOLER regs

    A bit of innertube can be used to stop metal marking metal

    Or use a flying strop with a specified loading
     
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