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LC sleeving tool

post #1 of 9
Thread Starter 
Hey all - getting ready to do my first sleeving job on my rig - just ordered 100ft black and 100ft red para chord from ftwpc and heat shrink from mdpc - what I am really wanting is the LC sleeving tool - I have messaged Lutro0 on Facebook but no reply - can anyone help me get one of those bad boys ?
post #2 of 9
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Originally Posted by Lutro0 View Post

Ok guys, I have promised it for a while now. But first.... a word of thanks.

When I made the LC Sleeving Tool it was just for me to be able to achieve my sleeving perfection that I always saw everyone else get. After doing my own time and work tuning my own knowledge and sleeving, I had a heart to share what ive learned. To save people from the hundreds of guides of methods that don't work and will just waste their money and time, and most of all crush their dream for a clean sleeving job.

So I decided to mass produce my sleeving tool and sell it as cheap as I could to keep it affordable to everyone, even international people. Not with the intention of making money but getting a small compensation for the many hours I have put into making the video guides and FAQs and also answering peoples questions through PM.

I made a ton of them in the beginning, not so much hoping they would all sell, but that that many people would gain a new level of sleeving cleaness and that first timers would not have to waste their time or money on tons of heathshrink or even worse settle for less then perfect.

Which brings us to today... Each and every single one of those original tools has sold and for that OCN and everyone not from OCN, I thank you from the bottom of my heart. It was an honor to ship to so many places and meet so many new people.

But the time has come to perfect something that has already helped many, Let me introduce: The LC Sleeving Tool Beta

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LC Sleeving Tool Beta by Lutro0, on Flickr

I have made the tool easier to hold onto, slightly larger and with different gauges for different styles, gauges of wires, and different types of sleeving. There is a slot for every combo out there, granted I have not tried them all: I have indeed tried many. I will be making an updated video to explain the different gauges but it should be quite simple. The different size of slots allow for more room of shrink or bulkier sleeving, and different styles. For example some people like to leave the sleeve on the outside, while some like to leave some of the sleeve inside of the connector.

By the end of the week, I will once again have plenty of smoked, white and clear LC Sleeving Tool Betas

Please remember that these tools are not for me to make a buck, but a way to give back if you have used my guides. As well as being an inexpensive tool for you to perfect your sleeving with.

You may send me a PM now to start ordering them - please title the PM "Sleeving Tool Order" and I will reply with how to pay.
The price will be the same as it always has been: $10 Shipped to the US50 (faster shipping for $5 more)
And for ANY international orders the price will be $15 Shipped.


Again thanks for everyone's support.


I would try messaging him on here as opposed to Facebook. He states in that post that is how he would like it done. Best listen to the man otherwise he may overlook you. thumb.gif
post #3 of 9
My facebook as you can imagine gets swamped at times as well as my PM box on here but if you title it like the post and send me a PM I will send you some instructions! thumb.gif
post #4 of 9
Thread Starter 
Very cool - thanks - just pm'd you and will wait for your response - and once I get started I will definitely post pics of my progress - haven't decided if I'm gonna go all red and black ( I have the had 932 with the Asus formula mob and ripjaw memory) or if I'm gonna throw some white in there too - but I'm very excited to get this going - and a little nervous redface.gif
post #5 of 9
Well since it is 12 pins across for the main connector, I think a design like the following would look pretty sick:

24 Pin Connector
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8 Pin Connector
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You get the idea tongue.gif
post #6 of 9
Thread Starter 
i like that - m sure i will go through a million scenarios before i decide - lol - but that is one i hadnt pictured in my had yet - i hace been putting the white in the middle in most of my imaginings - thank you - im excited to do this - i know i shouldnt jump rite in with parachord but its so much cheaper and i love the look of it - plus with the Lutro0 tutorials im sure with a little practice and patience i will prevail - biggrin.gif
post #7 of 9
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Originally Posted by remotehugger View Post

i like that - m sure i will go through a million scenarios before i decide - lol - but that is one i hadnt pictured in my had yet - i hace been putting the white in the middle in most of my imaginings - thank you - im excited to do this - i know i shouldnt jump rite in with parachord but its so much cheaper and i love the look of it - plus with the Lutro0 tutorials im sure with a little practice and patience i will prevail - biggrin.gif

Paracord isnt the devil its made out to be, granted I personally think its harder then other sleeve types to work with as I have a uber bad case of ocd and the little snags erk me. However I plan on doing my heatshrinkless guide for paracord here soon.
post #8 of 9
Thread Starter 
very cool - i will be looking for that - i did watch your heatshrink guide for parachord where you used the regular heatshrink and then the mdpc heatshrink - and i like the look of the shorter heatshrink much better - but man is it expensive to order from mdpc - so yea, i am very interested in the heatshrinkless method - sounds like exactly the kind of look i would like - so i will be waiting intently for your vid - biggrin.gif
post #9 of 9
Thread Starter 
ok - so im looking at my 24pin power cable - i have an ultra x4 750 ps - and it is missing 1 cable on the mb side - i know its normal but gow do i sleeve this ? its only one side that is missing the cable - rolleyes.gif
thanks for any help -
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