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Unread 10-26-2011, 04:03 PM   #51
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Tinned marine cable does cost more, it's around $1.59 a foot for 4ga cable, so 25 ft to do a cart would be around $40 plus lugs. Tinned, corrosion resistant lugs are are about $1 each so add another $24 for a DIY total of $64 for cable and lugs.
Add the cost of a 1/2 pound of silver solder, flux paste, a map gas torch, and a $30 tip Plus a trip to the emergency clinic for burn treatment.


Or buying cables (wherever) = priceless.
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Unread 10-26-2011, 04:52 PM   #52
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Tinned marine cable does cost more, it's around $1.59 a foot for 4ga cable, so 25 ft to do a cart would be around $40 plus lugs. Tinned, corrosion resistant lugs are are about $1 each so add another $24 for a DIY total of $64 for cable and lugs.
Hate to say it...but your a lot better off buying Scotty's cables..then wasting extra money on a MARINE type that will not help overall performance.

why not just go directly from #6 to #2 skipping #4 ...so this way your set for any modification , controller ,Heavy duty motor , Flux Capasitor
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Unread 10-29-2011, 11:27 AM   #53
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OK here are the wire photos
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here is the end of the cable .....note multi conductor ..definetly not ac wire
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note the inside of the jacket DOES show a paper type of liner
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insulation removed prior to being put back on and taped closed
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note how easily you can merely PINCH the insulation closed....
the covering is EXTREMELY soft and stretchable
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I think Bruce can rest his case after those proven pictures! Looks good man. I need tk make cables for my cart. Anybody know how many feet of welding cable I will need?
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Unread 10-31-2011, 12:59 PM   #55
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F Bruce, I'm glad you finally got some DC cable. Certainly it is not the cable you started this thread with though now is it? It is not even the same color, Colton?
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F Bruce, I'm glad you finally got some DC cable. Certainly it is not the cable you started this thread with though now is it? It is not even the same color, Colton?
You're toooooo observant . . .

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Black, red.......... 220, 221.........whatever it takes
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Scotty I did notice that. I was saying with those pictures he posted just now look good

Yea needless to say the product posted has changed over 6 pages. Lol
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Unread 10-31-2011, 02:30 PM   #59
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Scotty I did notice that. I was saying with those pictures he posted just now look good

Yea needless to say the product posted has changed over 6 pages. Lol
The product, The PUC, & the names of some posters have been changed to protect the innocent
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The product, The PUC, & the names of some posters have been changed to protect the innocent
This is very true. Hahahahahhahahahah

Good chit Scotty.
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