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Unread 08-01-2013, 03:02 AM   #11
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Any of you guys buy any of those 4 gauge cable sets on eBay for like $30? Wonder what the catch is.
Have you ever bought a frozen pizza from the dollar store?
The quality is about the same. Seriously if you buy the cheapest stuff you can find you will have........ cheap stuff, which is not good. If money is tight buy the welding lead and lugs and make your own, but don't buy the cheap crap off ebay for a lifted cart in my opinion, Hope this helps - I'm out.
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Unread 08-01-2013, 08:29 AM   #12
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Thanks ill give that a try. Any particular brand or type is good for my application ?
I like this brand and type! You'll get a lot of use out of it for other things too. You can get it in most auto parts stores.
http://www.dxengineering.com/parts/umi-82180
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Have you ever bought a frozen pizza from the dollar store?
The quality is about the same. Seriously if you buy the cheapest stuff you can find you will have........ cheap stuff, which is not good. If money is tight buy the welding lead and lugs and make your own, but don't buy the cheap crap off ebay for a lifted cart in my opinion, Hope this helps - I'm out.
Scotty IS right (as usual), buying your own supplies and just making them is a little easier on the wallet and if done correctly ends in a good quality cable. I did my entire wiring harness like this in 2 gauge and couldn't be happier. Just came across your other post as well, for a lifted cart you really should begin, even if little by little, to upgrade your drive system, sand would be conquered a little easier.
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Any of you guys buy any of those 4 gauge cable sets on eBay for like $30? Wonder what the catch is.
my local golf cart shop made up a set of 4 g cables while I waited for $28.
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my local golf cart shop made up a set of 4 g cables while I waited for $28.
For every cable you needed to replace stock ones ?? Good deal.
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Let's not forget those 2-4 gauge battery cables are only as good as the weakest link in the chain. I found a couple of old connections in the rest of the wiring that would have limited the efficacy of my new battery cables. Go with a whole set of cables if want to see improvement in performance.
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