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    4 Gauge Gold Terminals 3/8 ID or slightly bigger

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    Re: 4 Gauge Gold Terminals 3/8 ID or slightly bigger

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    Re: 4 Gauge Gold Terminals 3/8 ID or slightly bigger

    why not get the copper ones from a local auto parts store? copper>"gold" plated aluminium



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    Re: 4 Gauge Gold Terminals 3/8 ID or slightly bigger

    or the solid copper ones they sell in the auto battery dept at wal-mart.




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    Re: 4 Gauge Gold Terminals 3/8 ID or slightly bigger

    Quote Originally Posted by goingdef View Post
    or the solid copper ones they sell in the auto battery dept at wal-mart.
    thats what i was talking about.........



    big 3 in 2/0 welding wire
    Northstar battery up front.
    1 run of 2/0 to the back.
    Us amps md2d @1 ohm
    2 skar vvx-v2 12s
    (Front stage in the works)

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    Re: 4 Gauge Gold Terminals 3/8 ID or slightly bigger

    copper ones off of amazon. I got a back of 2/0 for like $30



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