7/8 Inch Nail-In Drive Rings - 25 Pack
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7/8 Inch Nail-In Drive Rings - 25 Pack

Part no. 90-259-125

7/8 Inch Inside Diameter | 1 3/8 Inch Insert Length | Looped Harness | For Wooded Surfaces

 
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$8.81 $8.39 $7.97 $7.55 $7.13
Quantity Discount Pricing
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$8.81 $8.39 $7.97 $7.55 $7.13
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7/8 Inch Nail-In Drive Rings - 25 Pack

This 7/8 Inch Drive Ring is used to support and organize low voltage wires and cables. They are a fast and cost effective way to support voice, data, and video cables. These drive rings are designed with a looped harness for easy cable insertion. They can be used in wet and dry locations on any wood surface. Just nail the drive ring into the wooden surface and run your cable.

Features:

  • 7/8 Inch
  • For Wood Surfaces
  • 25 Piece Box
REVIEW SUMMARY for 7/8 Inch Nail-In Drive Rings - 25 Pack
 
5.0 (based on 2 reviews)
  • Good quality and works great!

    Reviewed by:

    From: Pittsburgh

    7/7/2016    #22786

    PROS: The product works really well; Super fast
    CONS: None specified
    I love using these rings for running low voltage cabling. The quality is great and I never have any issues with them bending while being pounded in. The finish is smooth and we never have any worries about wires being damaged.
  • Great quality!

    Reviewed by:

    From: Pittsburgh, PA

    3/12/2016    #21296

    PROS: The product works really well; Super fast
    CONS: None specified
    I needed these for running some low voltage cables in a friend's building. They were shipped lighting quick and the quality of the rings are fantastic. Didn't have a single one bend on me. Will certainly buy these again!
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Q: How much distance should I put between each of my cable supports?

A: You don’t want to put too much weight on any type of cable support. It is a good idea to put a cable support such as a J-Hook or Bridle Ring every 4 to 5 feet. This ensures that your cables will not stretch or fall under too much weight.

Q: What kind of support do I need for data cabling?

A: When you are dealing with sensitive high performance data cables such as fiber optic cables, you need to use either J-Hooks or Bridle Rings with saddles. For all other cable types you can use any type of cable support such as standard Bridle Rings.


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