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Unread 04-08-2011, 01:48 PM   #91
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The cables that I was looking at are also 4awg



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Those are the worst cables going, they easily fall apart and corrode, I have replace more of those cables with that type of end on them than anything else. I go to genuine dealz to get my heath shrink and misc. connections. www.weldingsupply.com to get my 4ga and 2ga cable lugs and buy my welding cable from Airgas here in town.
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Unread 04-08-2011, 02:08 PM   #92
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Yeah, I don't expect them to "live long", and I'm cool with that. I honestly needed something right away as my other cables were swelling pretty badly and looked like that were going to explode! Now that I've learned a little more about cables, I'll definitely either make my own in the future, or have them made by someone else.
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Because I don't know electric carts I've watched this one from the sideline and commend you on your diligence in seeing it through.
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Because I don't know electric carts I've watched this one from the sideline and commend you on your diligence in seeing it through.
Thank you!
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Unread 04-08-2011, 02:39 PM   #95
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I have to ditto that crash. Mayfair you have shown unbelievable patience to get through this and now have an operational cart I also commend all who helped. There was a wealth of knowledge to be gained in this thread. Isn't this an awesome site?
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It's ALIVE !!!!!
congrats Mayfair! you have the patience of Job!
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I have to ditto that crash. Mayfair you have shown unbelievable patience to get through this and now have an operational cart I also commend all who helped. There was a wealth of knowledge to be gained in this thread. Isn't this an awesome site?
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Haha!! I couldn't have done it without your help and guidance sonic. Thank YOU for all of your help!
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