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    Re: How are you using 0 Gauge?

    Quote Originally Posted by Popwarhomie View Post
    I dont see wasting your money on 0 gauge if your amp requires 4 gauge

    If you ever upgrade then id be looking into 0 gauge.

    Since I sold my 3500D and pulled my HDC3s out Im running a temp setup with a Kicker 400.1 amp with my 0 gauge. It actually fit fine in the terminals
    If you have multiple amps that require 4 gauge, your going to need a 0 gauge. Unless you want to run multiple runs of 4 gauge, which would probably wind up being more expensive.

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    Re: How are you using 0 Gauge?

    Thanks guys. I have 2 JL Slash amps. I also have bought a streetwires distribution block that has fuses. When i was shopping around for them there seemed to be 2 different types though. I think they were power distribution and ground distribution. Believe the gold plated ones were the power dist like i bought.

    I believe you guys, it just doesn't make sense to me how you can put 0 gauge input and 4 output and have that same power transfer through. Seems like just splicing some 4 gauge into 8. I really just bought it for a backup to be safe of any fuses going out.

    I will just stick with the 4 since that's what it says. Appreciate the help though


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    Re: How are you using 0 Gauge?

    yep distro blocks

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