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Re: cable ties (???)
Reply #1 - Mar 16th, 2017, 11:39pm
 
If you search for "wire rope fixings" I think you will find what you need.
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cable ties (???)
Mar 16th, 2017, 3:59pm
 
Hi. I sank two anchor points in my garden wall so that I could attach a plastic clothes line to each one from where the two clothes line were anchored.

At both garden wall anchor points I attached the clothes lines by means of a clamp. The clamp is in two parts; on the top part there are two holes. Each clothes line goes in through one hole, around a column between the holes and then out through the other hole. The bottom part is a plate which is then tightened by nuts on the two bolts until the clothes line is totally secure.

I need to replace them but I can't remember the blasted technical name for the clamps. They're needed because you can't tie a strong knot in plastic clothes lines. I've also seen them used on small diameter metal cables too.

Have I painted a picture so that one of you kind guys can tell me the name please?

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