How do you install a cable clamp?


A cable is a rope made of wound or braided metal wires. Wire rope clamps are made of a saddle, U-bolt and two hex nuts. This makes a connection when splicing two cables together or creating and eyelet. Each clamp comes with instructions on how to use them.
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