Re: Stainless wire for STMFC safety appliances...
Another option, borrowed from someone who postedtoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
on one of the yahoogroups I read, is to use copper
wire. It is available in a large number of sizes,
and has the advantage of being very easy to form,
a real advantage for brake system air lines.
While softer than other wires we've discussed,
you don't really want to handle/press on the grab
the wire once it is installed anyway, do you? Six
100 foot rolls of each size from .013 to .040
cost me $65 including S&H about 2 years ago when
copper was dear. If desired I can post my source
for the wire; I would have included it but the
source isn't handy at the moment.
I prefer phosphor brass wire as from Tichy/CMA (and probably