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Marinco UV Black Cable Zip Ties

Marinco UV Black Cable Zip Ties

Description

The Marinco UV Black Cable Zip Ties feature a DoubleLock design that offers increased tensile strength that is 33% stronger than the industry standard cable tie.

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  • 25 Pack
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$2.40
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$1.79
In Stock

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Marinco offers a wide variety of materials, styles, and sizing options. A DoubleLock design offers increased tensile strength that is 33% stronger than the industry standard cable tie. With a unique design and high-quality construction, Marinco cable ties provide a great solution for bundling wire, cable, hoses, cords and countless other applications.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Marinco UV Black Cable Zip Ties 199248 UV Black Cable Zip Ties, Standard, 6"
$1.79
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Marinco 11" UV Black Standard Cable Zip Ties - 25 pack 199210 UV Black Cable Zip Ties, Standard, 11"
$1.86
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Marinco 6" UV Black Mounting Cable Zip Ties - 25 Pack 199252 UV Black Cable Zip Ties, Mounting, 6"
$2.34
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Marinco 8" UV Black Mounting Cable Zip Ties - 25 Pack 199228 UV Black Cable Zip Ties, Mounting, 8"
$2.74
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Marinco 15" UV Black Heavy Duty Cable Zip Ties - 25 Pack 199259 UV Black Cable Zip Ties, Heavy Duty, 15"
$3.81
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Marinco 14" UV Black Standard Cable Zip Ties - 25 Pack 199214 UV Black Cable Zip Ties, Standard, 14"
$3.81
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Marinco 6" UV Black Standard Cable Zip Ties - 100 Pack 199249 UV Black Cable Zip Ties, Standard, 6", 100 Pack
$4.73
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Marinco 14" UV Black Mounting Cable Zip Ties - 25 Pack 199257 UV Black Cable Zip Ties, Mounting, 14"
$5.03
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Marinco 17" UV Black Heavy Duty Cable Zip Ties - 10 pack 199217 UV Black Cable Zip Ties, Heavy Duty, 17", 10 Pack
$5.21
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Marinco 6" UV Black Mounting Cable Zip Ties - 100 Pack 199253 UV Black Cable Zip Ties, Mounting, 6", 100 Pack
$6.47
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Marinco 11" UV Black Standard Cable Zip Ties - 100 Pack 199211 UV Black Cable Zip Ties, Standard, 11", 100 Pack
$7.01
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Marinco 14" UV Black Standard Cable Zip Ties - 100 Pack 199215 UV Black Cable Zip Ties, Standard, 14", 100 Pack
$10.01
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Marinco 8" UV Black Mounting Cable Zip Ties - 100 Pack 199229 UV Black Cable Zip Ties, Mounting, 8", 100 Pack
$10.26
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Marinco 15" UV Black Heavy Duty Cable Zip Ties - 100 Pack 199260 UV Black Cable Zip Ties, Heavy Duty, 15", 100 Pack
$13.82
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Marinco 14" UV Black Mounting Cable Zip Ties - 100 Pack 199258 UV Black Cable Zip Ties, Mounting, 14", 100 Pack
$17.56
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