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Old 08-08-07, 08:51 AM
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Zipties with eyelets for fenders?

A few months ago I stumbled onto a blog entry [I think] of a cyclist who had found zipties that had an eyelet built in so you could mount a fender strut to a bike with a bare fork. I thought the source for these was Peter White Cycles, but I just called them and they don't have such a beast.

Anyone here know of such a thing and where to get them?

Thanks!......
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here you go my friend, just what you need:

https://www.electricalwireties.com/st...30/page/834185
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Thanks! That is perfect....=-)
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You should be able to pick them up at Lowes or Home Depot. The eyelet is to put a screw in to anchor bundles of wires to something.
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