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For our Friday fun. I guess this is what happens when you buy from vendors that aren't familiar with their own products.

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To save space on shipping I would guess?

And protect them a bit as well?

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I'm sorry, but I don't get what the issue is...

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RE: Disaster Lite

(OP)
Epoxy mount fasteners with pre-primed adhesive surface. The vendor put tamper evident stickers on the bonding surface for inventory tracking. You're not even supposed to touch them there.

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LOL The temporary clear plastic frame supports the stud while the special purpose epoxy bonds the stud to the support surface. Anticipated usage includes aviation.

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Click Bond Cable Tie Mount Kit

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(OP)
That's what they are and I usually buy them from an authorized distributor but my local marine hardware store had some on their shelves. I would toss them if they were for aviation but these will be attaching a sat compass to a wheelhouse.

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Apparently they do not ship in protective packaging?

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(OP)
The smaller components ship in cell packs. The heavy duty studs come individually wrapped. These 2 inch studs typically ship multiples in a bag. The last round of small studs I bought came individually but with protective covers.



There is a self-retained line that does away with the plastic holder. It reduces waste but I don't like using them because there are no alignment marks.

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