Strain Relief - for 35/64" x 5/8" Hole, 11/32" Cord Diameter

Strain Relief - for 35/64" x 5/8" Hole, 11/32" Cord Diameter

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For ~\frac{35}{64}~" x ⅝" chassis hole, ~\frac{11}{32}~" cord diameter. Fits most Fender® amps.

  • Protects the lifeline of your electric/ electronic products by absorbing the forces of pull, push, and twist that may be exerted on the flexible power cord.
  • Securely anchors, insulates, and protects cables at panel entry points

See P-H1350 for a version that fits .062" thick panels.

Chassis Hole Dimensions:

Chassis Hole Dimensions
Item ID:
RoHS Compliant
Body Length0.758 in.
Chassis Hole Diameter0.5468 in.
Chassis Hole Height0.63 in.
Chassis Hole Width0.55 in.
Cord Diameter0.325 in. to 0.360 in.
Panel Thickness0.125 in.
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions1.9 in. × 0.9 in. × 0.8 in.
Weight (Packaging)0.0066 lbs.

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Product Reviews

3.00 out of 5 based on 4 reviews
Spreadcom - January 3rd, 2020
1 out of 5

I bought this for use in a late 60's Silverface Bassman head. ("Fits most Fender® amps.")
1st issue, the inside hole is too big for my 18 AWG 3 wire power cord. When installed, the cord slips through the strain relief.
2nd issue, the indent allows for a thick walled chassis (of about 1/8" thick). The Bassman chassis is only about 1/16" thick, as are most chassis. So, it makes for a very sloppy fit.

Anonymous - January 16th, 2019
1 out of 5

Does not fit vintage fender amps

Paul Adams - May 12th, 2016
5 out of 5

excellent quality

redfishbum - December 29th, 2015
5 out of 5

The template is perfect for machining the hole. I printed it out and it measured the correct size. I cut it out and taped it to the chassis then machined inside the lines. I started with a drill bit, then step bit. I then snuck up on the line with hand files testing for fit as I went along. Worked great.