Hey all, What I'm trying to do is find a way to affix a wire or group of wires to the frame of an FSAE car to keep them out of the way. Last year this was done by either tie-wrapping the wires to the frame (tie wrap around the frame tube & wire) or with electrical tape by the same manner. There are two problems with this, however: because the radius of the chassis tube is so large in proportion to the wire, you end up cinching the wire and actually damaging it. Secondly, if we want to remove them for some reason, it's a real pain trying to cut the tie wraps or electrical tape. The idea we had for this year was to make little tabs from stainless steel welding rod about 3/4" long with a gap of approx 1/4" to allow us to use velcro straps to attach the wire bundle to the tab, rather than the frame. The problem, as you may have guessed, is that the welding rod melts at such a low temperature that it's impossible to weld. The next idea we had was to use small sheet metal tabs welded to the frame (think of wire loop connectors) then run wires through that, but even then the tabs are too thin to weld easily. We haven't tried stainless steel wire yet, but do you think that might work? Are there any other good ideas you can think of that might work for this purpose?