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By: Terry L. Howe - 10/2000
Three wire ties are used to make these trick wire guides.
Photo by Don Burton
Don Burton sent me this picture of the trick wire guides he makes for
his Jeep using regular wire ties. Keeping the spark plug wires neat
looks good and it helps prevent the wires from resting where they might
get damaged. Wild wires can end up resting against an exhaust manifold
and wires don't last long on hot metal.
Making these wire guides is easy and cost next to nothing. For three
wires, Don uses three wire ties. First he puts a wire tie around all
three wires, then he puts a wire tie, looped around the first wire tie,
between each wire. Trimming the wire tie ends with some wire cutters
finishes the job.
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