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Thread: M-LOK Wire Management

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    Quote Originally Posted by FromMyColdDeadHand View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by fledge View Post
    That’s not only a switch. It manages the wire too if you look at the details. Depending on your setup, it manages more or less wire.
    Something like this, but M-LOK
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogue7a View Post
    Something like this, but M-LOK
    How exactly do you want to route or secure your cables? Do you require it to be exposed or serviceable without tools? If not:

    You could replicate MLOK spacings using some kydex as a panel and make a small notch on each end of the hardware holes. This would theoretically allow you to route your cable underneath this kydex panel.

    MLOK hardware and a sheet of kydex is cheap on eBay.


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    24 dumped jackass posts later....

    Now that that's gotten out of your collective systems, maybe er'body hold off on trying to out-clever-phrase each other, and only post if you have a potential answer to the question that was ASKED.
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    It would be legit if someone would make MLOK rail panels similar to larues index clips. I use them on everything to retain wires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eurodriver View Post
    It would be legit if someone would make MLOK rail panels similar to larues index clips. I use them on everything to retain wires.
    Ergo makes ladder rail covers with some wire management. I am partial to zip ties myself. Cheap, easy to source, and can be used in multiple locations on a rail without modification.
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    Quick and dirty:

    --One Magpul? BCM? polymer MLOK rail section.
    --One MANTA clip or ERGO ladder-cover with wire-loom.
    Mount rail on handguard, mount clip on rail, as Emeril says "BAM!" Repeat as needed for additional wire harnesses.

    Not an elegant solution, but it's more so than just "lay it on HG and slap some electrical tape over it."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondback View Post
    Quick and dirty:

    --One Magpul? BCM? polymer MLOK rail section.
    --One MANTA clip or ERGO ladder-cover with wire-loom.
    Mount rail on handguard, mount clip on rail, as Emeril says "BAM!" Repeat as needed for additional wire harnesses.

    Not an elegant solution, but it's more so than just "lay it on HG and slap some electrical tape over it."
    Thought of that, but it’s only a step above zip ties

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    Midwest industries mlok to keymod adapters then use kac keymod wire management panel kit


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    Something like this in the same profile as the MAGPUL M-LOK Type 2 Rail Panels

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