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    8gauge to 0gauge

    Iʻm running an 8 ga power wire from my battery but need 0gauge wire for the second amp i bought. If i ise a power dist block will it over heat and cause damage or should i just run 0 from my battery and figure out a new way to run the 2 amps. Thanks







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    Re: 8gauge to 0gauge

    Run 0 gauge from your battery. Do NOT run 0 gauge off of 8 gauge!



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    Re: 8gauge to 0gauge

    get rid of the 8 gauge completely



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    Re: 8gauge to 0gauge

    Id save that 8ga wire if its a decent wire count and use it on your sub/or future sub wiring



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