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Old 02-12-2016, 01:56 PM   #1
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Replacement for handy hitch plug tie?

Howdy! It's been a few years since I've been able to get out in my 1988 Bigfoot B19, but I promised myself that I would get her road-ready again this year. When my former partner and I first got her, some helpful RV group member gave us this handy black plastic screw-down tie to keep the trailer plug tight in the truck hitch wiring plug (see photo), but somewhere during our prior travels, it broke. I have tried searching the internet under various possible names for this tie, but cannot find it - can anyone help me locate a replacement? Thank you!
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Fantastic! Thank you Charlie - that is exactly the item I was hoping to find and it was super easy to order. And what a great little website that is for various parts, thanks for sharing it!
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You should think about keeping a handful of those plastic zip ties in your emergency kit. They are handy for a multitude of things, not the least of which is that it would also hold your wiring stinger in place if your next replacement should ever break again. They are handy for all sorts of things. Don't leave home without it as Karl Maulden used to say.
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