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I have looked hi and low in McMurray for #9 wire, and no luck. Any suggestions where to buy? Even on-line will do!

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Check ufa or peavy
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http://www.homehardware.ca/en/rec/in...ppz/R-I5243514
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Thanx, HH looks to be the best solution for now!
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Rona has better tie wire than that but you won't find #9 here in town. Got mine from halfords
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I use coat hangers. They are free and I can hang a snare no problem with them. Even the shiny blue coated hangers work just fine lol
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Nube said that about coat hangers on a previous thread one time so I tried it.
Works awesome. I even use it on my old snares with nine wire Whammys just double it up on the end.
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I have looked hi and low in McMurray for #9 wire, and no luck. Any suggestions where to buy? Even on-line will do!

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annealed wire at acklands
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The wire they use to hang t-bar should also work well though it is stiffer then reg.tie wire. They might stock that where you are.
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Also anywhere that sell chain link fencing. That heavy wire that runs along the bottom should work fine.
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