ClampTite Tool

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slomatt

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I recently purchased a ClampTite tool (ClampTite) to add some low profile hose clamps to my air hose setup. This is a pretty cool little tool that could be very useful for various types of trail repairs, and in fact I'm thinking of adding it to the tool kit in my truck. I already carry bailing wire, and this tool gives more options for how that wire can be used such as replacing hose clamps in pretty much any situation: radiator hoses, fuel lines, CV boots, etc and it also can be used to strap parts together like a high strength zip tie.

It takes a little fiddling to get the wire lined up, but my first attempt turned out pretty clean.


And after a little practice it's pretty easy to make a nice clean clamp.


After covering the clamp with heatshrink it is very low profile and has no sharp edges.
 

Jku Ben

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That is a awesome looking tool many uses as well thanks for sharing on the list when I get payed. Thanks again.
 

Lanlubber

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I recently purchased a ClampTite tool (ClampTite) to add some low profile hose clamps to my air hose setup. This is a pretty cool little tool that could be very useful for various types of trail repairs, and in fact I'm thinking of adding it to the tool kit in my truck. I already carry bailing wire, and this tool gives more options for how that wire can be used such as replacing hose clamps in pretty much any situation: radiator hoses, fuel lines, CV boots, etc and it also can be used to strap parts together like a high strength zip tie.

It takes a little fiddling to get the wire lined up, but my first attempt turned out pretty clean.


And after a little practice it's pretty easy to make a nice clean clamp.


After covering the clamp with heatshrink it is very low profile and has no sharp edges.
The heat shrink is a good idea too, Thanks
 
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Lanlubber

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Mimbres, NM, USA
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I recently purchased a ClampTite tool (ClampTite) to add some low profile hose clamps to my air hose setup. This is a pretty cool little tool that could be very useful for various types of trail repairs, and in fact I'm thinking of adding it to the tool kit in my truck. I already carry bailing wire, and this tool gives more options for how that wire can be used such as replacing hose clamps in pretty much any situation: radiator hoses, fuel lines, CV boots, etc and it also can be used to strap parts together like a high strength zip tie.

It takes a little fiddling to get the wire lined up, but my first attempt turned out pretty clean.


And after a little practice it's pretty easy to make a nice clean clamp.


After covering the clamp with heatshrink it is very low profile and has no sharp edges.
I don't know how many times in my life I could have used this on my water hoses in the yard, not to mention my car. Much better than a normal hose clamps for strength. Thanks for the heads up info.