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Originally Posted by steven88 View Post

I know doyll mentioned using file folder stock, what exactly is this?
btw insulating with electrical tape is a bi+ch...theres like no damn room for my fingers to move around

File folder stock is the kind of strong/stiff paper/cardboard used to make folders businesses use to put papers in and organize in filing cabinets. Kind of like the thin cardboard used for graphic card boxes, or fan boxes but stronger.

Problem I have with using electrical tape is it often comes loose over time and leaves sticky/gummy goo on things.
Edited by doyll - 11/30/12 at 2:39pm
post #12 of 13
If you were craft minded, you could remove one side of the clip and SLIDE a number of non conductive tubing over the clip. LOL, no room to move your fingers, I thought you removecd it from the system?
    
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I've tried that a couple of times. Tubing didn't like sliding around tight bends in fan clips. frown.gif
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