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NEEDED: Heyco Cord Grip

Hey everyone,

I've been trying to track down a heyco cord grip to use in a diy inline heater, but it looks like they are backordered on heyco's website. As I have had great luck with asking the forum thus far, I will do it again! Does anyone have an extra one laying around by chance? It would be fantastic if you were local, but if not, I would be able to pay shipping.

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I just ordered last week. They were out of stock, but got them in Monday and are in the mail now.

And please double check that this is really the part you want before ordering. They have a lot of different cord grips, and different styles, but I believe this is the one commonly referenced in DIY Inline Heater threads.
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It's too bad shipping is so much. I'd be paying about $12 :bummer:

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M8437 Heyco | Mouser

I just ordered last week. They were out of stock, but got them in Monday and are in the mail now.

And please double check that this is really the part you want before ordering. They have a lot of different cord grips, and different styles, but I believe this is the one commonly referenced in DIY Inline Heater threads.

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You can try a uniseal instead of the heyco
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Uniseals are awesome! I find them to be a very reliable seal, specifically for running pipe into and out of sumps, not sure about a heater but if the size is right it will work

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