[Boatanchors] FS: Lacing cord

Emil Dular WD4SCZ at aol.com
Mon Mar 14 18:38:35 EDT 2011

That stuff is still in use in avionics shops in the aviation industry. Tie-wraps have their limitations. Actually once you learn the knots in AC43.13-1B lacing a harness is pretty quick and professional.


"Braided nylon lacing cord meeting specification MIL-T43435B, Type 1, Size 3, Finish B. A micro-crystalline wax with melting point above 55° C / 130° F and nonflaking characteristics it is compounded to develop excellent knot retention, yet not giving a waxy feel to the user."

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Bry Carling 
  To: armyradios at yahoogroups.com ; boatanchors at puck.nether.net ; Build_It_Radio at yahoogroups.com ; CarolinaHamSwap at yahoogroups.com ; dcboatanchors at mailman.qth.net ; DCBOATANCHORS at topica.com 
  Sent: Monday, 14 March, 2011 18:10
  Subject: [Boatanchors] FS: Lacing cord

  FOR SALE LACING CORD - new old stock military style nylon braided 
  cord for making or repairing traditional wiring harnesses. 

  I have two spools left. One is 500 yards by Breyden Products, Columbia CIty, Indiana. 
  The other is 250 yards =from A.E. Pesche Co. 
  Both are natural finish. Cream colour. 

  QTY 1 each available 

  250 yards = $10.00 plus shipping 
  500 yards = $12.00 plus shipping 

  73 - AF4K, Bry Carling 



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