Re: [MV] Modern Wire substitue for older woven wire

JOHN SEIDTS (john@astory.com)
Sun, 26 Jul 1998 12:31:26 -0000

Try Rhode Island Wire. They make their stuff, and it is guaranteed. They
have most of the correct connectors for military vehicles, except the tail
light connectors.

http://www.brainiac.com/riwire/

I haven't used their materials, but an Indian restorationist I know does,
and has no complaints about it.

john@astory.com
http://www.astory.com

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From: safe male <safemale@iexpress.net>
To: INDUSTELE@aol.com
Cc: mil-veh@skylee.com
Subject: Re: [MV] Modern Wire substitue for older woven wire
Date: Monday, July 27, 1998 3:59 AM

On Sat, 25 Jul 1998 14:17:41 EDT, you wrote:

>I have found and used a modern wire that looks like the older woven type
>insulation. This wire is called "SRML" which stands for Silicon Rubber
Motor
>Lead", and is available at most electric supply places. It is a high
>temperature wire, I think off hand it is rated to 105 C. The only problem
is
>it only comes in black and white. Go by a supply house and look at a
piece.
>It's fairly expensive but looks pretty close to the original.
elc. stove wire will come with a back a white and a red
14 and 12 gage silicon under a fiber glass woven top cover places
that sell new stove parts sell it
>
>Tom Campbell - Birmingham, Alabama USA
>(27 years heavy industrial electrical contractor)
>
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